Macbeth storyboard

Macbeth storyboard

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  • Act I: Loyalty into Doubt
  • "If good, why do I yield to that suggestion"(Act I, iii, 134).
  • Act II: Doubt Rises
  • "To know my deed 'twere best not know myself"(Act II. ii. 71).
  • Act III: Delusional
  • "I will advise you where to plant yourselves,/ Acquaint you with the perfect spy o' th' time"(Act III, ii, 28-29).
  • In Act I, the audience learns that Macbeth is loyal and heroic. As the story continues, Macbeth is introduced to the Weird Sisters and is given a prophecy. The prophecy claims that Macbeth will be king, which creates doubt within Macbeth and what the future holds.
  • Act IV: Eager
  • "Show his eyes, and grieve his heart./ Come like shadows; so depart"(Act IV, i, 110).
  • Macbeth's feelings of guilt and desire start to consume him. At this point in the play, the audience begins to see that Macbeth's evil thoughts are slowly taking over. Macbeth has relapses of desire and doubt in order to make the prophecy true. Macbeth transforms from a man of loyalty, into a man filled with doubts and low confidence.
  • Act V: Arrogance to Fear
  • "I'll fight till from my bones my flesh be hacked"(Act V, iv, 33).
  • In Act III, Macbeth transforms from a man of doubt, into a man who is delusional. Macbeth's fear arises as he ambitiously strives to be the top ruler as king. Macbeth is paranoid and will do over the top efforts in order to secure the throne.
  • Final Analysis
  • Macbeth transforms from a man who is paranoid to a man who is eager and determined. Macbeth travels to the Weird Sisters to gather more information on the prophecy. Macbeth is a man who is paranoid and ambitious and will get rid of anything in the way of his goals.
  • "Thou art too like the spirit of Banquo... Horrible sight"(Act IV, i, 111-122).
  • Macbeth changes from a man who is arrogant to a man who is fearful. Macbeth realizes that the prophecy is coming true and decides to be courageous by attacking the English Forces by himself. Macbeth who was once confident, is now a man who afraid of the fate predestined for him and his death.
  • In the intense play, Macbeth by William Shakespeare, the audience undergoes the changes of the main character, Macbeth. Throughout the various acts, the audience can clearly distinguish how Macbeth transforms from a man of loyalty and dignity to a man of arrogance and fear. Questioning the future was the downfall for Macbeth and his reign.
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