Macbeth Act 4 Questions

What is the first apparition and what does it say? the armed head (Armour);it means beware of macduff
What is the second apparition and what does it tell Macbeth? the bloody child;do not fear one born of woman;
What is the third apparition? what does it tell Macbeth? a crowned child with a tree;it tells Macbeth that he will never be killed until Birnam Wood comes to Dunsinane.
What do the witches show Macbeth? they show him a line of men with one at the end holding a mirror. (all look like Banquo)
What is ironic about Macbeth’s line “infected be the air whereon they ride,/ and damned all those that trust them?” he is trusting the witches and now he will be damned for it
To where has Macduff fled? England;
What is Macduff’s wife’s reaction to the news that Macduff has left her? very mad
How does Ross justify Macduff’s actions to his wife? he says that there is a good reason macduff has left but he cannot talk about it
What does Lady Macduff tell her son about Macduff? he is a traitor
What does Macduff’s son say about Lady Macduff? that she will easily find a new husband
Why doesn’t Lady Macduff leave after she has been warned? she does not want to leave her home
Why doesn’t Malcolm initially trust Macduff? he is not able to trust anyone at this point
What do Malcolm and Macduff now call Macbeth? a tyrant;
How does Malcolm “test” Macduff’s allegiance? he acts likes he is a tyrant and says how he will run the country down to the ground (kind of like macbeth)
What kinds of things does Malcolm say he would do as the king? take advantage of all the women to fufill his lust;steal his land owners money & turn the people against eachother
Who has Malcolm joined forces with? What have they already done to go against macbeth? King Edward’s son- Siward;already gathered 10,00 men & are ready to fight
Describe what Edward the Confessor, King of England, has done for his people, according to malcolm. cured them with prayer and had a gift of prophecy
What news does Ross bring Macduff? his family was murdered;
What does Macduff vow to do as the end of this scene? Revenge against Macbeth