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  • "King’s two sons, Are stol’n away and fled, which puts upon them Suspicion of the deed." (II. iv. 36-37)
  • THE SONS DID IT!
  • GET THEM!!!
  • "Where we are, There’s daggers in men’s smiles. The near in blood, The nearer bloody." (II. iii. 165)
  • "Is this a dagger which I see before me, The handle toward my hand? Come, let me clutch thee." (II. i. 45)
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  • The picture above shows Malcolm running off to England, and Donalbain to Ireland, while everyone is accusing them of murdering their father.
  • "These deeds must not be thought After these ways; so, it will make us mad. "(III. iii. 45)
  • GET OVER IT!
  • The image above shows a smiling face, but it is covered in blood and is contrasted with a dagger. This shows that a friendly exterior can be deceptive. The skulls in the background and the bloody castle represent the looming threat of murder felt by the royals.
  • "The night has been unruly... Lamentings heard i’ th’ air, strange screams of death" (II. iii. 63)
  • Here, Macbeth is reaching out, trying to grasp a dagger that he thinks is real and is in front of him. This shows that he is finally committing to killing the king, hence all the blood surrounding him.
  • "What, in our house?" (II. iii. 103)
  • I hope they're not suspicious!
  • Here, it is seen that Macbeth is reflecting on what he has just done. He feels guilty for his actions, and still feels some loyalty to Duncan whereas Lady Macbeth is ruthless and belives the right decision has been made.
  • The scene above depicts a very dangerous, scary night, just like the one described by Lennox. The skulls and the scream represent the murder of the king that had occurred that night.
  • AGHHHH!
  • Above, Lady Macbeth is acting surprised to find out that Duncan has been murdered. She acts like she cannot believe such a tragedy could happen. even though she is aware of the entire thing.
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