Macbeth Act V

perturbation disturbance
Pristine original, unspoiled
Clamorous Noisy
Harbingers Forerunners
Tragic Hero Main Character who has a tragic flaw
Tragic Flaw Weakness
when did lady Macbeth cease to take part in the action of the play? Since Banquo’s death
How has she changed since then? no longer strong, mentally troubled, unstable
What is the doctors diagnosis of her condition, it’s causes, it’s nature? Unnatural, can’t fix her, she needs Jesus
Has the sleep walking scene been foreshadowed? Yes, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth switched mindsets. the guilt started to get at Lady Macbeth
Has macbeth been disturbed in his sleep because of his crimes? Not anymore, cure is more killing
What information is given in scene 2 of the English Power? Strong and angry, ready to take revenge, moving to fight
What are Macbeths plans for defense? Fortify the Castle
What is said of Macbeth’s mental and emotional condition? he’s insane
What is the significance for the closing words of scene 2? Pull put weed, flower can grow and care for Scotland.Macbeth- WeedMalcolm- Flower
Upon what does Macbeth rely? Witches
Is Hecate’s plan being fulfilled? Yes, Macbeth is hella confident
How does Macbeth treat his attendants? he’s rude and insulting
Explain “lily-livered” and “linen cheeks” pale
Explain “This push will cheer me ever or desseat me now” Ill either succeed or die
Is there any pathos here? yes
What is Macbeths description of a mind disease? It’s cure? It’s made if compartments, simply healed. you can just pick up the troubles and remove it
What change is seen in Macbeth in scene 3? Blind determination, desperation
What change is seen in Macbeth regarding his valor in scene 5? more valor, stay and fight
What is the effect on Macbeth of the news of lady Macbeths death? Oh well, all logic out the window
What causes his return to desperation and despair? the woods are moving
What lines in scene 5 are lines among the best known in Shakespeare? life’s a play, we are puppets, a tale told by idiots
what is to be noted in lines 42+ “i pull in resolution” starting to doubt the witches
What is the value of the succession of short scenes? see what is happening on both sides
What is the spirit of malcoms troops? They’re lit, determined, after Macbeth
Why is Macbeth allowed to be victor over young siward? I’m still invincible lol
What is the effect on the audience of this renewal of Macbeth bravery? Respect him a little more
How does he conduct himself when he learns that the “juggling fiends” have betrayed him altogether? Witches. he tries not to fight
How does Siward take the news of his son’s death? Proud of son, glad hes not a coward
Why does Macbeth die at Macduff’s rather than at Malcolm’s hand? Fulfills witches prophecies
Does the audience witness the death of Macbeth? No
How is the death made known? Macduff has his head
What do the doctor and gentlewoman see Lady Macbeth doing? What do they decide to do about it? Sleep walking/talking, nothing, she needs jesus
What does Macbeth want the doctor to do for his wife? Fix her. Take the troubles from her head
What trick does Malcolm use to hide the number of men in his army? Branches as camo
Malcolm says, “And none serve with but constrained things Whose hearts are absent, too.” What does that mean? Hearts aren’t in the fight, they don’t want to fight
What is Macbeth’s reaction to to Lady Macbeth’s death? She was going to die anyways
What is Macbeth’s reaction to the news that Birnam Wood is moving? Stay and fight
Who first fights Macbeth? What happens? Baby Siward and dies
Macbeth says tho Macduff, “But get thee back, my soul is too much charged With blood of thine already” To what is he referring? I have killed to many people in your family
When does Macbeth know he is in trouble? When Macduff says he is not born of a woman. mom died at birth an a c-section happened.
How does Macbeth die? “Off with thy head!”
Who will be King of Scotland? Malcolm