You should be women, ad yet your beards forbid me to interpret/that you are
Act 2 Scene 1
Is this a dagger which i see before me
Act 3 Scene 4
if i stand here, i saw him
Appearance and reality play a huge part in this book with the opening scene. The witches and Banquo and Macbeth with them saying "Fair is foul and foul is fair". This sets the mood of this Scene and also that the three witches are women but have men qualities. Which has a huge effect on the whole book to see if the appearance is really the reality.
In this scene, there is more than just Appearance and reality. We see here the hallucinations of Macbeth not believing that he will kill the king. With regret and guilt of what he is about to do to the king. With the handle of the knife toward him, he is overcome with emotions. This shows the appearance ad reality of what is going to happen to him
This scene is where Macbeth is talking to Lady Macbeth about him seeing the ghost of Banquo. This shows that Macbeth is fighting if the ghost is apart of his guilt or reality haunting him. While his wife tries to comfort him that the ghost of Banquo is not there. This scene Shows many emotions of Appearance and reality and Macbeth can not tell the difference here.