|what suspicions does banquo voice? what comment did he make to let us know what he suspects?
|“thous has played most fouly for it”that macbeth was the murderer
|who besides banquo knows of the prophecies?
|Why does macbeth question banquo about his plans? and what questions does he ask?
|Macbeth wanted to plot his murderDo you ride? How far do you ride? and Does Fleance go along?
|in act 1 what suspicions does macbeth harbor?
|Bothered by banquos prophecy of his son becoming king
|what does macbeth tell the murderers about banquo?
|that their lives suck and the main reason is because of Banquo
|According to macbeth, why does he himself not kill banquo?
|they have the same friends and he does want to make them mad
|who else are the murderers to kill besides banquo?
|what is the meaning of Lady Macbeth’s saying “Naught had, all’s spent/ Where our desire is got without content?”
|nothing gained and nothing was lost, she has everything she wanted and she is still not happy
|in scene 2 what affliction does Macbeth suffer from?
|fear of duncan
|in scene 2 lady Macbeth says “you must leave this” what does she mean
|Duncan needs to stop freaking out, whats done is done but it needs to stop
|is lady macbeth aware that Macbeth has planned the death of Banquo and Fleance?
|she knows something is up but is not sure what it is
|how is the planning of Banquo’s murder different from that of duncans
|Macbeth is in charge this time and seems more in control of himself and his emotions
|who is murdered in scene 3
|who escapes the murder in scene 3
|what is banquo’s dying request to Fleance
|what activity opens scene 4
|banquet scene/ supper
|who joins the assembled group, sitting in Macbeths place?
|how does lady macbeth explain Macbeth’s reaction?
|she says that he has been having these momentary fits since childhood
|what is lady macbeths reaction to Macbeths claim of seeing banquos ghost?
|to what other event in the play is this ghostly appearance similar?
|the dagger scene
|why does lady macbeth ask everyone to leave?
|Macbeth is directly talking to the nobles about the ghost
|who refused the banquet invitation?
|what is macbeths plan for the next day?
|go see witches, weird sisters/ wants to know his future
|to what does macbeth attribute his condition?
|beginners fear, the more he does this the better it will get
|what does hecate plan to do?
|make him so confident and so secure that he will make mistakes because he will not think of consequences which will lead to his death
|what is implied in lennox’s speech at the opening of his scene?
|macbeth is the killer (sarcastic ironic tone)
|where does macduff go?
|what does he hope to do?
|raise an army, bring malcolm back to get what is rightly his
|what purpose does scene 4 serve?
|the beginning of the end for Macbeth, everyone knows he is guilty now
|Macbeth thinks that his agitation and sleeplessness will lessen in time. Do you believe this will happen?
|No, he is way to much of an emotional person
Macbeth Act III test
August 19, 2019