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Act 4: The Prophecies
Double, Double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble.
Act 4: Macduff's Family
He has killed me, mother. Run away, I beg you!
Act 4 : Going to war
In act 4 scene 1, this scene is important because the witches are casting a spell to see more of Macbeth's future, they predict three prophecies so that we can possibly already know what is going to happen next.
In act 4 scene 3, this scene is important because Macbeths men were looking for Macduff because they believe that he is a bad man. He asks his wife and son where he is, doing so that when Macduffs son went to defend him he was stabed for being a traitor.
In Act 4 scene 3, this scene is important because in this scene Macduff finds out that his son and his wife have both been murdered and blames Macbeth, thus leading Macduff into a rage of anger and saddness that he wanta to go to war against Macbeth.
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