Exposition: This is when King Duncan pronounces Macbeth to be Thane of Cawdor so Macbeth gets the power he wants.
Thank you my good lord.
Where is your husband. He's a traitor.
Rising Action: Macbeth sends assassins to kill Macduffs family
I hope in no place so unsanctified where such as thou may find him.
Climax: The climax is when Macbeth realizes Macduff is the prophecy.
Despair thy charm and let the demon whom thou still hast served tell thee Macduff was from his mothers womb untimely ripped.
Falling Action/Denoument: Macduff cuts off Macbeths head and grabs his head to show he is dead.
My thanes and kinsmen, henceforth be earls the first that ever Scotland in such honor named. We'll call our friends home from abroad that fled the tyranny of this dead butcher and his fiend like queen who as tis thought by self and violent hands took of her life.
Conflict: Man v.s Self: The conflict is Man v.s Self because throughout the novel, Macbeth was making choices to murder people or not and when he did he would hallucinate the dead people. So it was him versus the thoughts in his head.