Macbeth Act 3 Scene 1

Act III opens with Banquo speaking to himself. When he says “I fear thou play’dst most foully for’t,” to what is he referring (3.1.3)? For what does he also hope? Banquo is referring to Macbeth becoming king unfairly. He hopes that the witches predictions for him come true too.
Macbeth really wants Banquo to do something. What is it? Macbeth wants to Banquo to attend the ceremonial banquet/feast.
Infer what Macbeth means when he says that Malcolm and Donalbain are “not confessing their cruel parricide, filling their hearers with strange invention” (3.1.34-5)? Macbeth means that Malcolm and Donalbain are not confessing to killing Duncan and have been claiming they’re innocent.
How is Macbeth feeling about Banquo? He says “For Banquo’s issue have I filed my mind;” (3.1.70). Is this fair? Why or why not? Macbeth fears Banquo and feels threatened. This isn’t fair because Macbeth and Banquo have been best friends for a long time and Macbeth is going to let his ambition destroy their friendship.
What does Macbeth tell the murderers? Macbeth tells the murders that it was Banquo who made their lives so miserable and that they should want revenge.
How does Macbeth convince the murderers to take action? Does this remind you of anything else in the play? Macbeth tells the murders to take action by questioning their manhood. This is what Lady Macbeth did to convince Macbeth to kill Duncan.
How has Macbeth changed from Act I to Act III? Macbeth had become less empathetic and kind. All he cares about is remaining king.