Macbeth Act 3 Scene 2 By: Dennis & Shenett
Updated: 1/17/2020
Macbeth Act 3 Scene 2 By: Dennis & Shenett
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  • That is exactly what i will do and i hope you do the same.
  • Come on dear, put on a happy face and be cheerful for our guests tonight
  • I feel like my mind is full of scorpions, my dear wife. You know that Banquo and his son Fleance are still alive.
  • Don't think like that my love. They cant live forever 
  • They can be killed, it’s true, Before the bat flies through the castle, and before the dung beetle makes his little humming noise to tell us it’s nighttime, a dreadful deed will be done.
  • ......That is comforting!
  • What are you going to do?
  • ....What is he thinking?
  • The Macbeth's were worried and nervous about the situation that they were in and had to flatter banquo to hide their true feelings.
  • It’s better you don’t know about it until after it’s done, when you can applaud it. Come, night, and blindfold the kindhearted day. Use your bloody and invisible hand to tear up Banquo’s lease on life, which keeps me in fear.
  • The sky’s getting dark, and the crow is returning home to the woods. The gentle creatures of the day are falling asleep, while night’s predators are waking up to look for their prey.
  • .............
  • Macbeth is frightened that Banquo and his son are still alive because they are the only ones who can connect him to Duncan's murder, But lady Macbeth reassures him that banquo and his son wont be alive forever giving him a nasty idea.
  • You seem surprised at my words, but don’t question me yet. Bad deeds force you to commit more bad deeds. So please, come with me
  • Okay
  • Macbeth begins thinking about what his wife said and about how at the end of the night their nightmare will finally end, Which then begins to worry his wife a little. 
  • The End! 
  • Macbeth explains to his wife what must happen at nightfall and expects that she will understand the circumstances seeing as though she appears speechless.
  • Though it may seem that Lady Macbeth is shocked by her husbands words, she doesn't question him yet. She then follows him and they both exit the room.
  • This is the end of Act 3 Scene 2
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