Macbeth Act V

In scene I, describe Lady Macbeth’s nightly behavior. She is sleepwalking, speaking to Macbeth. She is trying to wash her hands of the murder. “Who would have thought the old man to have had so much blood in him?”
The “damned spot” to which Lady Macbeth refers is to what? She is unable to clean the blood (aka guilt) from her hands.
Why won’t the doctor and the lady-in-waitin speak out about Lady Macbeth’s behavior? What must the doctor be feeling? She is confessing to the murder, they aren’t exactly sure how to respond. The doctor tells the lady in waiting to watch her carefully and remarks that Lady Macbeth needs a priest more than a doctor. He must be feeling quite baffled.
What does Malcolm instruct his soldiers to do in Scene 4, and why? What is the significance of this order? To hide themselves with tree branches so that messengers aren’t able to correctly estimate how many soldiers there are. It is imperative that Birnam Wood approaches Dunsinane in order to fulfill the apparitions prophecy to Macbeth: “Fear not until Birnam Wood do come to Dunsinane!”
With the way that Macbeth reacts to his wife’s death, what does that show about him as a character at this point? He says, “She should have died hereafter.” His capacity to think or care for others has been eliminated and replaced with a whole heart of ruthless ambition.
Why does Macduff declare that he must kill Macbeth? To avenge his wife and son’s deaths.
What does Macduff mean when he says, “[I] was from [my] mother’s womb untimely ripped”? He was a C-Section Baby.
What seems to have been the role of Ross throughout the play? He is a messenger: provides summaries and explanations for things that happened.
How are the prophecies of the three apparitions in Act IV fulfilled in Act V? The first apparition warned Macbeth of Macduff, and Macduff killed him at the end. The second apparition says that no one woman born shall kill Macbeth, and Macduff (born of a C-Section) killed him. The third saying that Macbeth shouldn’t fear until Birnam Wood approaches Dunsinane and the wood (people with brances) approached the castle at the end.
Who is crowned king at the end of the play? Malcolm