Macbeth' Storyboard

Macbeth' Storyboard

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  • Act I- Bravery and Uncertainty
  • "What beast was't, then/ That made you break this enterprise to me?" (Macbeth, Act I, Scene 7, Lines 47-48).
  • "We will proceed no further in this business. He hath honored me of late..." (Macbeth, Act I, Scene 7, Lines 32-33).
  • Act II - Doubt and Guilt
  • "Infirm of purpose!/ Give me the daggers/ The sleeping and the dead/ Are but as pictures..." (Macbeth, Act II, Scene 2, Lines 51-53).
  • "I’ll go no more/ I am afraid to think what I have done/ Look on ’t again I dare not" (Macbeth Act II, Scene 2 Lines 49-50).
  • Act III- Paranoid and Tyrant
  • "Thou canst not say I did it. Never shake Thy gory locks at me" (Macbeth, Act III, Scene 4, Lines 50-51).
  • "Gentlemen, rise. His highness is not well" (Macbeth, Act III, Scene 4, Line 52).
  • In Act I, Macbeth was brave in war, while the Thane of Cawdor committed treason. Macbeth met up with the three witches who gave him the prophecy of him. The prophecy was now he is Thane of Glamis, then Thane of Cawdor, the king of Scotland. Macbeth was uncertain of the prophecy. He told Lady Macbeth about the prophecy, and how he is now Thane of Cawdor. Lady Macbeth manipulate Macbeth into killing King Duncan so Macbeth can be king and she can be queen.
  • Act IV- Villainous and Ambitious
  • " 'Tis two or three, my lord, that bring you word Macduff is fled to England" (Macbeth, Act IV, Scene 1, Lines 141-142).
  • "...The castle of Macduff I will surprise/ Seize upon Fifre, give to th' edge o' th' sword/His wife, his babes, and all unfortunate souls..." (Macbeth, Act IV, Scene 1, Lines 150-152).
  • In Act II, Macbeth is starts to doubt the plan to kill King Duncan saying Duncan is his lord, and that he should respect him and be loyal to him, and when the guards said bless him, he couldn't even say 'amen'. Towards the end of the scene, he killed Duncan in his sleep, and starts to feel guilty saying no enough water can clean the 'blood' of his hands. He feels so guilty that he won't plant the evidence on the guards.
  • Act V- Ruthless and Cocky
  • "The queen, my lord, is dead" (Macbeth, Act V, Scene 5, Line 16).
  • "She should have died hereafter// There would have been a time for such a word" (Macbeth, Act V, Scene 5, Lines ).
  • In Act III, ever since Macbeth killed Duncan, he can not stop thinking that Banquo's son will take the throne from him since Macbeth cannot produce children. So, then Macbeth plans with three murderers to kill Banquo and his son. To make he can keep his throne. Then the murderer deliver him the news that the son has fled, so when Macbeth returns back to the feast, he sees Banquo's ghost sitting on his seat, Macbeth starts to get paranoid, he can see Banquo's ghost, and starts talking to it. That Lady Macbeth had to cover up for him.
  • END of Macbeth
  • In Act IV, Macbeth visits the weird sisters to hear more about the prophecy. In hopes of learning more about the future. Then Ross tells Macbeth has fled to England, Macbeth plans to surprise at Macduff's castle and kill his family and everyone in sight. To make sure that no one can take his throne away from him. Macbeth's ambitious is threw the roof that he will do anything to keep the throne.
  • In Act V, Macbeth feels so confident in the battle that is going to happen, because of the prophecy which states that he will no be overthrown unless Birnam Woods comes to Dunsinane, that he will not die of a man who was born by the womb. He is so confident that he is going to battle to fight, because no man can touch him. Then a servant delivers the news that the queen is dead, he says she would of died either way.
  • In the beginning Macbeth was a brave warrior, winning the battle for Scotland, but once he hears the prophecy. Macbeth' s ambitious drives him to the point where it's the only thing he can think about. That he changing into a whole different person. At first, he felt self-doubt about the prophecy and the plan in killing Duncan, as the play continues he plots these series of murders to secure his throne, making sure no one can take it away from him. In the end, his cockiness and ambitious gets him killed.
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