Rahul - English Macbeth (Part 2)

Rahul - English Macbeth (Part 2)
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  • The three witches are 3 individuals who share identical tricky behaviours and personalities. Skilled in deceiving and using their powers and knowledge of the future and outcome to manipulate people, they altogether plan their upcoming meeting with Macbeth after his return from battle displaying their evil intentions.
  • “When shall we three meet again, in thunder, lightning or in rain?”
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  • Wearing homeless and old attire complimenting their annoying, crackling, shrieking behaviour makes their appearance towards others as outlandish. Having practiced charms, potions and fortune telling, their sly and wicked temptress ways manage to convince their targets like Macbeth of their fortunes and futures
  • “What are these so withered and so wild in their attire that look not like th' inhabitants o' th' Earth and yet are on 't?—Live you? Or are you aught that man may question?”
  • Being very sharp and cautious, Banquo acting as Macbeth's character foil is very skeptical and suspicious when the witches confront him and Macbeth. He thinks about their true and evil intentions and doesn't get dragged into it or begs for his fortune or prophecy unlike Macbeth. Being loyal to not only his friend Macbeth and King Duncan, he does not share the fortunes told by the 3 witches
  • Wearing homeless and old attire complimenting their annoying, crackling, shrieking behaviour makes their appearance towards others as outlandish. Having practiced charms, potions and fortune telling, their sly and wicked temptress ways manage to convince their targets like Macbeth of their fortunes and futures
  • "Oftentimes, to win us to our harm, the instruments of darkness tell us truths, win us with honest trifles, to betray's"
  • Being a brainy and intuitive individual, Banquo follows and relies on his instincts when he dreams about the 3 witches. Believing that it may come true contrasting his non-superstitious or mythical beliefs, he worries and confronts Macbeth without forethought on the potential repercussions of speaking his mind yet alone the truth.
  • “Hold, take my sword. There’s husbandry in heaven; their candles are all out. Take thee that too. A heavy summons lies like lead upon me, and yet I would not sleep. Merciful powers, restrain in me the cursèd thoughts that nature gives way to in repose” 
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