|Why is Hecate angry?
|The witches talked to Macbeth without her.
|How does Hecate describe Macbeth?
|Selfish and self centered.
|Which of Macbeth’s previous actions confirm Hecate’s description of him?
|Macbeth killed Banquo and Duncan.
|What will happen to Macbeth “i’ th’ morning”?
|He will come to know his destiny.
|What is Hecate planning to do to Macbeth?
|Cast a spell on him.
|What is mortals’ biggest enemy?
|False sense of security.
|What “things” that “have been strangely borne” does Lennox describe?
|Banquo and Duncan are dead and Fleance has fled.
|Why does Lennox link Fleance’s running away to evidence for his killing his father?
|Fleance ran away.
|According to Lennox who else has been accused of killing their father?
|Malcom and Donalbain.
|How does Lennox describe Macbeth’s act of killing Duncan’s guards?
|Noble and wise so they don’t deny killing Duncan.
|Why does Lennox connect Duncan and Banquo’s death?
|He believes Macbeth killed both of them.
|Who is “the tyrant”?
|Why does Macduff live in disgrace?
|He did not show up to the banquet.
|According to the Lord, what has “the tyrant” stolen?
|Where has Macduff gone and why?
|He went to England to ask king Edward to restore Scotland.
|What is Macbeth planning?
|What does Lennox hope will happen?
|The blessing from king Edward will help their suffering from Macbeth.
Macbeth Act 3 Scene 5 and 6
August 24, 2019