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Macbeth Act 2: The Sword
Is this a dagger I see in front of me, The handle pointing toward my hand?
Macbeth Act 2: King Duncan
What's the matter?
OH, HORROR, HORROR, HORROR! This is beyond words-this is beyond belief!
Macbeth Act 2: The Flee
Why are we keeping quiet, brother? we two princes have the most to say in this matter
What can we say here, where danger may be waiting to strike at us from anywhere? Let's flee from here.
This scene in Act 2 scene 1 is important because it shows Macbeth seeing the murder weapon that he is to use to kill the king.
This scene in Act 2 scene 3 is important because Macduff walks into the room to find King Duncan murdered in his bed. Macbeth now has to pretend he does not know what has happened when really it was his doing.
This scene Act 2 scene 3 is important because when Duncan's two sons find out what has happened to their father they don't say much but secretly decide to flee because they fear they will be next.
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