Act III Macbeth

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  • Macbeth: Act III Scene 1 - Crowned
  • Macbeth: Act III Scene 4 - Banquo's Ghost
  • WHICH ONE OF YOU HAS DONE THIS?
  • WHAT, MY GOOD LORD?
  • Macbeth: Act III Scene 4 - Shame on Macbeth
  • YES AND A BOLD ONE - ONE WHO DARES LOOK UPON THAT WHICH WOULD FRIGHTEN THE DEVIL!
  • SHAME ON YOU! WHY DO YOU MAKE THESE FACES? WHEN THE VISION PASSES, YOU WILL SEE THAT IT'S JUST AN EMPTY CHAIR
  • OH, WHAT NONSENSE! THIS IS JUST ANOTHER HALLUCINATION BORN OF YOUR FEAR, LIKE THE FLOATING DAGER THAT YOU SAID LED YOU TO DUNCAN. THESE OUTBURSTS OF YOURS DON'T EVEN RESEMBLE TRUE FEAR! YOU ACT AS IF YOU WERE LISTENING TO A WOMAN'S STORY AT A WINTER FIRE - SITTING NEXT TO HER GRANDMOTHER!
  • ARE YOU A MAN?
  • This scene is significant because now that Macbeth is king, he is in control of all Scotland.
  • This scene is significant because the guilt is getting to Macbeth. His concious is taking over his mind an the guilt is running through his veins.
  • This scene is significant because Macbeth's actions are eating at his conscience and is starting to show and become obvuous. Lady Macbeth is twisting his mind to stop overreacting.
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