Macbeth-Act III : Scene 1-6

Macbeth-Act III : Scene 1-6

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  • Quickly go and fetch the two from outside.
  • Scene 1 : Banquo is suspicious of how Macbeth is king and is recalling the prophecies because, his children will rule later. Macbeth and Macbeth enter followed by Lennox, Ross ,and their attendants. They invite Banquo to attend their ceremonial tonight, he accepts their invitation.
  • Scene 2 : Macbeth says he would have enjoyed banquos advice at the council, but will wait. Macbeth states how others are creating rumors of the murder he also asks Banquo of his plans. He discovers Banquo and Fleance will be riding horses until night. Macbeth adds to this by wishing them luck and says he will see them at seven for lunch
  • Scene 3: Macbeth asks the only servant present to bring two murderers he has waiting outside. Macbeth also states how he is afraid and isn't safe as king with Banquo around. Macbeth also reveals how far he'll go to feel safe and ensure no one else who is not family become rulers.
  • Scene 4: Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are with their Lords, waiting for Banquos at the banquet. He is told by the murderers only Fleance escaped giving Macbeth  temporary relief followed by guilt and hallucinations of banquos spirit making everybody feel odd and leave. Macbeth decides to see the witches the following day.
  • Scene 5: In this scene the three witches interact with Hecate, she is the one in charge and the giver of their power. Hecate is mad at because she was not told they showed Macbeth his future because he is spoiled and undeserving. They also plot to cast an evil spell on him which will make him believe he is above all when he is not.
  • Lennox and another Lord who are alone speak of Macbeth and what he claims to have happened at the time of the murder and how easy it was setup. They speak of Macduff who has ignored Macbeth. This also reveals that Mac duff has gone to King Edward and Siward of Northumberland  for an alliance to restore his rightful place and serve the people.
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