Macbeth

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Do act I and act II due tmr december 8 2016

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  • Act I
  • Act II
  • "I am afraid to think what I have done" (Shakespeare II ii 49).
  • Act III
  • "Which in his death were perfect" (Shakespeare III I 107).
  • "I doubt some danger does approach you nearly." (Shakespeare IV ii 63)
  • In Act I King Duncan titles Macbeth Thane of Cawdor for his heroism in the battle field. Macbeth and Banquo was surprised that the Weird Sister predicted the future of Macbeth. "What, can the devil speak the true" (Shakespeare I iii 108).
  • ACT IV
  • "Hang out our banners on the outward walls" (Shakespeare V v 53)
  • In Act II, Lady Macbeth persuades Macbeth to kill King Duncan for Macbeth to secure his throne. Macbeth in reality does not want to kill King Duncan because Duncan titled Macbeth King of Cawdor. Sadly, he gets greedy by thinking of his future and murders King Duncan
  • ACT V
  • In Act III, Left alone, Macbeth summons the two murderers he has hired. While he waits for them, he voices his greatest worry of the moment—that the witches' prophecy will also come true for Banquo, making his children kings. He will put an end to such worries by hiring two men to kill Banquo and Fleance.
  • In Act IV, A messenger interrupts them with a warning to flee the house immediately. That the dangerous men are coming to look for trouble and to kill anyone that gets in the way.
  • In Act V, Macbeth decides to have his banners hanged over his castle, to show strength and the spirit within his kingdom. To intimidate his incoming enemies.
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