Daniela Valdez Macbeth 2

Daniela Valdez Macbeth 2
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  • Objective summary 
  • "It is concluded. Banquo, thy soul’s flight, If it find heaven, must find it out tonight." (III.I.140-141)
  • "We shall, my lord, Perform what you command us." (III.I.126)
  • RL.1. Analyze a theme’s development over the course of a text. Analyze how a theme emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details.
  • "Fly, good Fleance, fly, fly, fly! Thou mayst revenge-O slave!" (III.III.17-18)
  • RL.2 Analyze what the textsays explicitly. Analyze inferences drawn from the text. Cite specific and relevant textual evidence to support analyses. 
  • DEATH There’s blood upon thy face. ’Tis Banquo’s then. ’Tis better thee without than he within. Is he dispatched?  My lord, his throat is cut. That I did for him. (III.IV.12-16)
  • OWN WORST ENEMY "It will have blood, they say; blood will have blood. Stones have been known to move, and trees to speak; Augurs and understood relations have  By maggot pies and choughs and rooks brought forth The secret’st man of blood." (III.IV.122-126)
  • Act 3 begins with Macbeth remembering what the witches said about Banquo and Fleance coming to power, which gives him motivation to murder them. To do this, he hosts a dinner and invites Banquo over. Macbeth later hires three murderers to complete the job for him. That night, when Banquo and his son Fleance arrived, the murderers were waiting to kill them. They killed Banquo, but didn’t get to Fleance in time and he escaped. At dinner, Banquo’s ghost appeared, and Macbeth started to hallucinate and freak out. After the dinner, Hecate had cast a spell on Macbeth to make sure he would lose power. Macduff thinks that Macbeth has to do with the death of King Duncan, so him, Lenoxx, and others would raise an army and take over Scotland.
  • RL.4 Analyze the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative, connotative, and technical meanings 
  • "And that, distilled by magic sleights,Shall raise such artificial sprites As by the strength of their illusion shall draw him on to his confusion. He shall spurn fate, scorn death, and bear His hopes ’bove wisdom, grace, and fear." (III.V.26-31)"
  • *Act 3, Scene 3  *Macbeth, Banquo, Murderers, Fleance The theme had been developed throughout this scene because at first Macbeth was scared to murder someone, but now he is the face behind the murder’s that are now occurring. His thoughts controlled him and ended up leading him to do such things. It eventually turns back on Macbeth, and things start to happen to him, such as “karma.” 
  • RL.4Analyze the cumulativeimpact of specific word choiceson meaning Analyze thecumulative impact of specificword choices on tone. 
  • "What's done is done." (III.II.12)
  • *Act 3, Scene 4 *Lady Macbeth, Macbeth "Own worst enemy” is a theme in scene 4. Macbeth begins to freak out about things that he’s done. He is his own worst enemy because of his consciousness. “Death” plays a large role to because killing people has become one of Macbeth’s instincts. He continues to murder and is now scared that he will be caught. These themes tie into each other because Macbeth’s motive to kill people(death)has become too great, and now it’s too late to go back to what has happened. Now he’s unhappy with what he’s caused, that he doesn’t even know who he is, and thinks of himself as an enemy.
  • Conclusion/work on adding 4 category level (on the rubric) to your project. 
  • "My former speeches have but hit your thoughts, Which can interpret farther. Only I say Things have been strangely borne." (III.VI,1-3)
  • *Act 3, Scene 5 *Hecate Alliteration is used in this scene to describe the negative connotation about Macbeth. Hecate is casting a spell upon Macbeth, saying that his fate will be bad, and he might die. His hallucinations will overtake him and lead him to being confused on what he’s done. 
  • *Act 3, Scene 2 *Macbeth, Lady Macbeth “What’s done is done” is commonly said throughout this scene by Lady Macbeth because there is no way they can undo what they’ve done. She tells Macbeth this because he is scared about the murders and begins to panic, but she must keep him relaxed. Her tone goes from relaxed, to angry, to frustrated because of the way her husband is handling things. 
  • "O full of scorpions is my mind, dear wife!" (III.II.36)
  • *Act 3, Scene 6 *Lennox, Lord The Lord's of Scotland, including Lennox, start to wonder if Macbeth is behind the recent incidents that'd happened. Because of their suspicions, they plan to assemble an army to overthrow Macbeth and get him out of power. 
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