|A major purpose of Act IV is to foreshadow events related to
|When the witch says, “Something wicked this way comes,” you know that
|even the witches now consider Macbeth evil.
|After visiting the witches, why does Macbeth initially change his mind and decide not to have Macduff killed
|He is reassured by the third apparition.
|Which of the following best describes how Shakespeare portrays Macduff’s son in Act IV?
|questioning and courageous
|In Scene iii, what finally convinces Malcolm that Macduff is loyal?
|Macduff’s noble despair for his country
|Which of the following lines spoken by Malcolm best conveys how he really feels about Scotland?
|It weeps, it bleeds, and each new day a gash / Is added to her wounds.
|The end of Act IV foreshadows an important conflict between
|Macbeth and Macduff.
|In Elizabethan theater, ____ was especially important because there were no elaborate special effects, lighting, or sets.
|In Act IV, Macbeth visits the witches because he thinks that
|they can rid him of Banquo’s ghost.
|What is imagery
|language that writers use to re-create sensory experiences
|Which senses do the following lines appeal to? This avarice / Sticks deeper, grows with more pernicious root / Than summer-seeming lust, and it hath been / The sword of our slain kings.
|Sight and touch
|Which sense does the following quotation appeal to? This tyrant, whose sole name blisters our tongues, /Was once thought honest.
|One of the images that runs throughout the whole play is that of
|Which of your senses does the following quote appeal to? Nay, had I pow’r, I should / Pour the sweet milk of concordinto hell, / Uproar the universal peace, confound / All unity on earth.
|taste, touch, and hearing
Macbeth act 4
August 14, 2019