|What mood is established at the beginning of the play?
|Dark and witchy
|How is Macbeth described in Scene 2?
|described as a strong & undefeated warrior will get the throne
|How do Banque and Macbeth react to the witches prophesies?
|Macbeth – He is very surprised with whats happening Banque – Its a good thing but he is self concerned
|How do Macbeth and Banque receive the news from Ross and Angus?
|Macbeth – He should be happy but instead he’s confused and lost Banque – Still thinks its a good thing
|What images do Duncan’s words in scene 4 conjure up?
|Expressing his gratitude towards Macbeth. Examples such as naive, happy, grateful, honoring, opsomistic hopeful king
|How is Lady Macbeth characterized in scene 5?
|She wants to be evil and ungrateful
|How would one describe the relationship between Macbeth and his wife?
|They both don’t trust one another.
|What is Lady Macbeth’s evaluation of her Husband?
|She fears her husband is too good to seize the throne by murder.
|Stands for something beyond itself
|Statement that seems to contradict or oppose itself but in fact reveals some elements of truth
|hints or clues to indicate events that will occur later on in the story
|the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginnings of words
|a quality that leads to his or her destruction
|What is significance of Banque’s talk with Fleance in Scene 1?
|They can’t sleep because they might be stressed about what the witches said
|What is significant of the dagger in scene 1?
|from the witches and spirits that made him have a breakdown
|Describe Lady Macbeth composure in scene 2?
|She is angry and disappointed, embarrassed that Macbeth isn’t being a man about what he just did
|What is the effect of Macbeth’s entrance after the murder?
|The guilt is driving him crazy
|How is the attention focused on Macduff?
|He needs to go see the King.
|What is function of the porter in scene 3?
|to provide comic relief
|Why do you think Lady Macbeth faints?
|She was overwhelmed with everything thats going on
|Why are there unnatural omens during the night?
|The horses, owls, and clocks sqeaked
|Why does Macbeth comment that wishes himself dead?
|He feels so guilty about what he has done
|How do Duncan’s sons react when they learn of the murder?
|Shocked because they feel like they are gonna be the next target, they feared and ran off but because of that people suspect that they killed their own father
|What is the effect of the old man’s talk in scene 4?
|To have God restore order to the king
|What is significant of Macduff’s comments?
|He doesn’t want to crown Macbeth because he feels that he doesn’t truly deserve it.
|a special kind of concise paradox is the __ which brings together two contraditary terms “cruel kindness” & “brave fear”
|consists of humorous scenes, incidents, or speeches that are in a serious drama to provide a reduction in emotional intensity
|“The Scottish Play”
|Another name for Macbeth, Play is cursed
|unrhymed poetry written in lambic pentameter
|a recurring word, phrase, image, object, idea, or action in a work of literature
|a thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that in which it exists, especially a thing that is conspicuously old-fashioned.
|is a punctuation mark, and sometimes a diacritical mark, in languages that use the Latin alphabet or certain other alphabets. In English, it serves three purposes: The marking of the omission of one or more letters (as in the contraction of do not to don’t).
Macbeth Act 1 & 2 test review
August 30, 2019