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act 4, scene 1
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act 4,scene 3
macbeth finds s dark tunnel and heres whispers he walks in and sees the witches he asks the witches to reveal the truth of their prophecies to him. To answer his questions, the witches didn't see very much good for Macbeth ...First, a floating head warns him to beware Macduff; Macbeth says that he has already known that. Then a bloody child appears and tells him that “none of woman born / shall harm Macbeth” Next, a crowned child holding a tree tells him that he is safe until Birnam Wood moves to Dunsinane Hill. Finally, a procession of eight crowned kings walks by, the last carrying a mirror. Banquo’s ghost walks at the end of the line. Macbeth demands to know the meaning of this final vision, but the witches perform a mad dance and then vanish.
Lady Macduff tells her son that his father is dead, but the little boy didn't believe her and kept arguing that he is not. Suddenly, a messenger hurries in, warning Lady Macduff that she is in danger and urging her to flee. Lady Macduff protests, arguing that she has done no wrong. A group of murderers then enters. When one of them denounces Macduff, Macduff’s son calls the murderer a liar, and the murderer stabs him.
Outside King Edward’s palace, Malcolm speaks with Macduff, telling him that he does not trust him since he has left his family in Scotland and may be secretly working for Macbeth. To determine whether Macduff is trustworthy, Malcolm rambles on about his own vices. He admits that he wonders whether he is fit to be king, since he claims to be lustful, greedy, and violent. At first, Macduff politely disagrees with his future king, but eventually Macduff cannot keep himself from crying out, “O Scotland, Scotland!”
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