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"For brave Macbeth... disdaining fortune..." (I,ii,16-17
"I have done the deed." (II, ii, 14)
"...Our fears in Banquo stick deep, and in his royalty of nature reigns that which would be feared" (III, i, 48-50)
Act I Macbeth is a bold hero who wants nothing more than to help his country. He is a war hero, and is admired by all. When the Whiches tell him his prophecy, what will happen?
" He has killed me, mother..." (IV, ii, 82)
Act II After learning he will become king, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth decide to play with fate and kill King Duncan. Macbeth regrets his choice now, but this may change. They scheme to kill him in his sleep and blame it on his drunk guards.
[Macbeth is slain]
Act III After learning Banquo's children will become future kings, Macbeth demands he dies, however Fleonce, his son, escapes. More death is in Macbeth's hands.
Act IV Macbeth reunites with the whiches and finds his friend, Macduff is also a threat to his throne. Macbeth orders the deaths of his wife, children, and all friends and family. Macbeth is now insane with power.
Act V In the final act, Malcolm, Duncan's son and heir, returns to kill the tyrant, Macbeth. In the end Macbeth is killed in battle. Malcolm is now ready to take up mantle of king and rebuild his empire.
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