Macbeth Act 3

‘Thou hast it now: king, Cawdor, Glamis, all,’ S1, L1, Banquo
‘I fear / Thou played’st most foully for ‘t’ S1, L2, Banquo
‘May they not be my oracles as well, / And set me up in hope?’ S1, L9, Banquo
‘But hush, no more.’ S1, L10, Banquo
‘I’ll request your presence’ S1, L15, Macbeth, to Banquo
‘Let your highness / Command upon me’ S1, L15, Banquo
‘Ride you this afternoon?’ S1, L19, Macbeth
‘We hear our bloody cousins are bestowed / In England and in Ireland’ S1, L30, Macbeth
‘Goes Fleance with you?’ S1, L36, Macbeth
‘To make society / The sweeter welcome’ S1, L42, Macbeth
‘To be thus is nothing, / But to be safely thus’ S1, L48, Macbeth
‘Our fears in Banquo / Stick deep’ S1, L49, Macbeth
‘ ‘Tis much he [Banquo] dares [may overthrow me]’ S1, L51, Macbeth
‘There is none but he [Banquo] / Whose being I do fear’ S1, L54, Macbeth
‘He [Banquo] chid the sisters’ S1, L57, Macbeth
‘Upon my head they placed a fruitless crown’ S1, L61, Macbeth
‘[The Witches] put a barren scepter in my hand’ S1, L62, Macbeth
‘the gracious Duncan I have murdered’ S1, L66, Macbeth
‘make them kings, the son of Banquo kings!’ S1, L70, Macbeth
‘come fate into the list, / And champion me to th’ utterance’ S1, L71, Macbeth
‘Was it not yesterday we spoke together?’ S1, L74, Macbeth, to First Murderer
‘Know / That it was he [Banquo]’ S1, L76, Macbeth, to First Murderer
‘We are men, my liege’ S1, L91, First Murderer
‘I will put that business in your bosoms’ S1, L104, Macbeth
‘[Our] health [is] but sickly in his [Banquo’s] life’ S1, L107
‘I am reckless what / I do to spite the world’ S1, L110, First Murderer
‘Both of you / Know Banquo was your enemy’ S1, L114, Macbeth
‘Masking the business from the common eye’ S1, L125, Macbeth
‘Fleance … // … must embrace the fate’ S1, L135, Macbeth
‘[Fleance’s] absence is no less material to me’ S1, L136, Macbeth
‘We are resolved’ S1, L139, Murderers
‘It is concluded’ S1, L141, Macbeth
‘Banquo, thy soul’s flight, / If it find heaven, must find it out tonight’ S1, L142, Macbeth
‘Is Banquo gone from court? S2, L1, Lady Macbeth
‘Naught’s had, all’s spent’ S2, L6, Lady Macbeth
‘ ‘Tis safer to be that which we destroy’ S2, L8, Lady Macbeth
‘Doubtful joy’ S2, L9, Lady Macbeth
‘Why do you [Macbeth] keep alone?’ S2, L10, Lady Macbeth
‘What’s done is done’ S2, L14, Lady Macbeth
‘We have scorched the snake, not killed it’ S2, L15, Macbeth
‘sleep / In the affliction of these terrible dreams’ S2, L19, Macbeth
‘Better be with the dead’ S2, L21, Macbeth
‘we, to gain our peace, have sent to peace’ S2, L22, Macbeth
‘Duncan is in his grave. / After life’s fitful fever he sleeps well. // … nothing / Can touch him further’ S2, L24, Macbeth
‘Be bright and jovial / Among your guests tonight’ S2, L29, Lady Macbeth
‘Let your remembrance / Apply to Banquo [but he will never attend]’ S2, L31, Macbeth, to Lady Macbeth
‘Oh, full of scorpions is my mind, dear wife!’ S2, L37, Macbeth
‘they are assailable [killable]’ S2, L40, Macbeth
‘there shall be done / A deed of dreadful note’ S2, L44, Macbeth
‘What’s to be done?’ S2, L45, Lady Macbeth
‘Come, seeling night’ S2, L47, Macbeth
‘copy’ ‘bond’ S2, L39, Lady MacbethS2, L50, Macbeth
‘Good things of day begin to droop and drowse’ S2, L53, Macbeth
‘Things bad begun make strong themselves by ill. / So, prithee, go with me.’ S2, L56, Macbeth
‘But who bid thee join with us?’ S3, L1, First Murderer
‘It will be rain tonight.Let it come down.’ S3, L18, Banquo, First Murderer
‘Oh treachery!’ S3, L18, Banquo
‘Fly, good Fleance, fly, fly, fly!’ S3, L18, Banquo
‘There’s but one down. The son is fled’ S3, L21, Third Murderer
‘let’s away and say how much is done’ S3, L23, First Murderer
‘Ourself with mingle with society’ S4, L3, Macbeth
‘[I will] play the humble host’ S4, L4, Macbeth
‘my heart speaks they are welcome’ S4, L8, Lady Macbeth
‘There’s blood upon thy face’ S4, L12, Macbeth
‘Fleance is ‘scaped’ S4, L20, First Murderer
‘Then comes my fit again’ S4, L21, Macbeth
‘I had else been perfect’ S4, L21, Macbeth
‘But Banquo’s safe?’ S4, L25, Macbeth
‘There the grown serpent [Banquo] lies’ S4, L29, Macbeth
‘My royal lord, / You do not give the cheer’ S4, L33, Lady Macbeth
‘The table’s full’ S4, L46, Macbeth
‘Thou canst not say I did it’ S4, L50, Macbeth
‘Never shake / Thy gory locks at me’ S4, L50, Macbeth
‘My lord is often thus’ S4, L53, Lady Macbeth
‘Are you a man?”Ay, and a bold one’ S4, L58, Lady Macbeth, Macbeth
‘This is the very painting of your fear’ S4, L61, Lady Macbeth
‘When all’s done, / You look but on a stool’ S4, L68, Lady Macbeth
‘Prithee, see there!’ S4, L69, Macbeth
‘But now they rise again’ S4, L80, Macbeth
‘Come, love and health to all’ S4, L87, Macbeth
‘Would he [Banquo] were here!’ S4, L91, Macbeth
‘Avaunt, and quit my sight!’ S4, L93, Macbeth
‘What man dare, I dare’ S4, L99, Macbeth
‘Why so, being gone, / I am a man again’ S4, L108, Macbeth
‘you can behold such sights’ S4, L114, Macbeth, to Lady Macbeth
‘Stand not upon the order of your going, / But go at once’ S4, L119, Lady Macbeth
‘Blood will have blood’ S4, L122, Macbeth
‘Stones have been known to move, and trees to speak’ S4, L123, Macbeth
‘Macduff denies his person / At our great bidding’ S4, L128, Macbeth
‘I keep a servant fee’d [in all my Lord’s houses]’ S4, L132, Macbeth
‘I will tomorrow – / … to the weird sisters’ S4, L132, Macbeth
‘For mine own good, / All causes shall give way’ S4, L135, Macbeth
‘the season of all natures, sleep’ S4, L141, Lady Macbeth
‘My strange and self-abuse’ S4, L142, Macbeth
‘We are but young in deed’ S4, L144, Macbeth
‘My former speeches have but hit your thoughts’ S6, L1, Lennox
‘The gracious Duncan / Was pitied of Macbeth [sarcastic]’ S6, L3, Lennox
‘if ‘t please you, Fleance killed [Banquo]’ [sarcastic] S6, L6, Lennox
‘Men must not walk too late’ S6, L7, Lennox
‘how monstrous / It was for Malcolm and for Donalbain / To kill their gracious father?’ [sarcastic] S6, L8, Lennox
‘How it [Duncan’s murder] did grieve Macbeth!’ S6, L11, Lennox
‘Was not that [killing the servants] nobly done?’ [sarcastic] S6, L14, Lennox
‘ ‘t would have angered any heart alive / To hear the men [the servants] deny ‘t [Duncan’s murder]’ [sarcastic] S6, L15, Lennox
‘I say / He [Macbeth] has borne all things well’ [sarcastic] S6, L16, Lennox
‘I hear / Macduff lives in disgrace’ [sarcastic] S6, L22, Lennox
‘Sir, can you tell / Where he [Macduff] bestows himself?’ S6, L23, Lennox
‘this tyrant holds the due of birth [from Malcolm]’ S6, L25, Lord
‘[Malcolm] is received / Of the most pious Edward with such grace’ – contrast with oxymoronic ‘pious rage’ S6, L26, Lord
‘To wake Northumberland and warlike Siward’ S6, L31, Lord
‘we may again / Give to our tables meat, …’ S6, L33, Lord
‘he [Macbeth] / Prepares for some attempt of war’ S6, L38, Lord
‘ ‘Sir, [Macbeth] not I [Macduff]’ ‘ S6, L41, Lord
‘Advise him [Macduff] to a caution’ S6, L45, Lennox
‘May soon return to this our suffering country / Under a hand accursed!’ S6, L49, Lennox
‘pious Edward’, ‘Some holy angel /Fly … to England’, ‘I’ll send my prayers’ S6, Lord

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