fair is foul, foul is fair witches to themselves, introduces theme of disorder and chaos
What he hath lost, noble macbeth hath won Duncan to Ross, situational irony, he said the former thane had betrayed him but so will macbeth bc he will kill duncan to become king
Why do you dress me in borrowed robes Macbeth to Angus and Ross, it addresses the fact that the first prophecy has come true and it sets macbeth in motion
That is a step on which I must fall down, or else o’er heap Macbeth to himself, it shows his ambition to become king he must get malcolm whos the prince of cumberland out of his way
O never shall sun that morrow see Lady Macbeth to Macbeth, show a theme of desires, lady macbeth wants macbeth to become king so they will plan to kill him
this castle hath a pleasant seat. the air nimbly and sweetly recommends itself unto our gentle senses Duncan to banquo, shows dramatic irony because duncan will be killed that night at the castle
the bell invites me macbeth to himself, his ambition is driving him to kill the king
i think not of them macbeth to banquo, dramatic irony, he thinks about the witches prophecies or else he wouldnt be commited to killing the king
these deeds must not be thought after these ways so it will make us mad lady macbeth to macbeth, forshadows that when they did think about what theyve done it made them go insane
wake duncan with thy knocking, i would thou couldst macbeth to knocker, forshadows the guilt that he will feel later in the play
theres daggers in those men’s smiles; the near in blood, the nearer bloody old man to ross, theme of disorder