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  • Macbeth meets the witches again. They show him three apparations. The first is a armed head which tells him to fear Macduff. The second is a bloody child which tells him that no man born of a woman do do him harm. The third is a crowned child holding a tree which tells him that "Macbeth shall never vanquish until Great Birnham wood shall come against him". Macbeth asks about Banquo's prophecy and the witches make the vision of eight kings appear with the last one holding a glass and Banquo's ghost following behind.
  • Malcolm tests Macduff's loyalty by pretending to be a greedy prince. When Macduff mourns for his country, Malcolm tells him it was a test. Ross arrives from Scotland with the news that Macbeth has killed everyone in Macduff's castle. Macduff is mourning and Malcolm tells him to turn his anguish into anger. Macduff vows revenge against Macbeth.
  • Macbeth is busy assembling his men to fight Malcolm. Lady Macbeth begins thinking about the crimes she committed and starts walking in her sleep. While she walks, she pretends to wash her hands. She also reveals all of the details of the murders. Macbeth is in his war room awaiting Malcolm and his troops. Macbeth is confident that he will be victorious because of the three apparitions. Lady Macbeth hangs herself.
  • Macduff comes up behind Macbeth and demands that the "hell hound turn" and fight. Macbeth tells him to leave because he already has enough Macduff blood on his hands. Macduff refuses and charges at Macbeth
  • Macbeth and Macduff fight. While they're fighting, Macbeth boasts that he is indestructible saying, "I bear a charmed life, which must not yield to one of woman born". Macduff replies saying, "Macduff was from his mother's womb untimely ripp'd", meaning he wasn't technically born from a woman. Macbeth realizes the witches trickery. Macbeth resigns himself to death. Macduff kills and beheads Macbeth,
  • Malcolm becomes the new king. Macduff enters with Macbeth's head saying, "Hail, king!... Hail, King of Scotland!". All of the people repeat saying, "Hail, King of Scotland!". Malcolm, the new king, promises to restore Scotland.
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