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  • Act 1 Scene 5
  •  "Shall sun that morrow see... your hand, your tongue; look like th'innocent flower But be the serpent under't."
  • "My dearest love, Duncan comes here tonight"
  • Act 1 Scene 6
  • Act 1 Scene 6
  • "Fair and noble hostess, We are your guest tonight."
  • "Your servants ever Have theirs, themselves, and what is theirs in count to make their audit at your higness' pleasure
  • Macbeth informs Lady Macbeth that Duncan will be visiting the castle tonight. Lady Macbeth immediately answers by saying that he will not see the sun tomorrow. She then tells Macbeth that he must act innocently.
  • Act 1 Scene 7
  • Inverness: approaching Macbeth's castle. Hauntboys, and torches. Enter king Duncan, Malcolm, Donaldbain, Banquo, Lennox, Macduff, Ross, Angus, and Attendants.
  • Act 1 Scene 7
  • "Might be the be-all and the end-all-here... Bloody instructions, which being taught, return To plague th'inventor...his muderer...And pity like a newborn babe."
  • Duncan has arrived at Macbeth's castle and is welcomed by Lady Macbeth who does so in a way as to not arouse any suspicion. 
  • Act 1 Scene 7
  • "If we should fail?"
  • "We will proceed no further in this business"
  • "When you durst do it, then you were a man. And to be more than what you were, you would be so much more the man"
  • Inside Macbeth's castle. Hauntboys. Torches. Enter a sewer, and divers Servants with dishes and service over the stage. Then enter Macbeth.
  • Macbeth is thinking of reasons not to murder Duncan and thinks it may come back to haunt him. He also tries to distance himself from the act by saying "his" murderer. Finally, he compares Duncan to a new born baby.
  • Macbeth remains unsure of whether to commit the act of regicide but Lady Macbeth questions Macbeth's manlihood in order to try and persuade him to do it. Lady Macbeth dominates this conversation which is typical of Lady Macbeth's dominance at this point in the play.
  • "We fail?But screw your courage to the sticking place and we'll not fail.
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