For two nights now I could sleep. When was the last time she sleepwalk?
Since Macbeth went to war I have seen her rise up from her bed and start top wright on papers.
At night at the at the kings palace a doctor and a gentlewoman discuss Lady Macbeth’s strange habit of sleepwalking.
We march on to give our loyalty to won ho truly deserve it
Outside the castle, a group of Scottish lords discusses the military situation: the English army approaches, led by Malcolm, and the Scottish army will meet them near Birnam Wood, apparently to join forces with them.
Well shed as much blood as i need to water Malcom's Royal flowers and drown Macbeth usurping weeds.
Macbeth strides into the hall of Dunsinane with the doctor and his attendants, boasting proudly that he has nothing to fear from the English army or from Malcolm, since “none of woman born” can harm him and since he will rule securely
I cannot be infected by fear. What is this boy Malcom? Wasn't him born by a woman.
In the country near Birnam Wood, Malcolm talks with the English lord Siward and his officers about Macbeth’s plan to defend the fortified castle.
For now on we are hardworking soldiers.
We don't have no news except that the over confident Macbeth is still in Dunsinane.
Hang our flags on the outer walls our castle is strong enough to laugh of this siege.
Within the castle, Macbeth blusteringly orders that banners be hung and boasts that his castle will repel the enemy. A woman’s cry is heard, and Seyton appears to tell Macbeth that the queen is dead. Shocked, Macbeth speaks numbly about the passage of time and declares famously that life is “a tale
Outside the castle, the battle commences. Malcolm orders the English soldiers to throw down their boughs and draw their swords.
Were close enough throw down your shields and appear as you truly are.