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A doctor and a gentlewoman are witnessing as Lady Macbeth is sleepwalking around the castle. In her trance, she tries to wash "blood" off of her hands, but it doesnt seem to come off. The doctor concludes that something sinful must have happened for her conscience and guilt to be influencing her to act in such a manner.
On the battlefield, Macbeth incounters Macduff.Macbeth is not affraid because one of his prophecies stated that "no man born from a woman" will harm him. Macduff tells him that he was not woman born. Instead, he was ripped from his mothers womb. Macbeth refuses to surrender and they fight.
Outside, the english army is approaching Dunsinane. Meanwhile, Macbeth is in his castle, boasting that he has nothing to fear off, as the prophecies has claimed that he shall be secure "till Birnam Wood remove to Dunsinane” (5.3.2). The doctor warns Macbeth of Lady Macbeths ill-doing. Macbeth urges him to make her sane again.
Malcolm, lord Siward and other generals are discussion their plan to attack the castle. They decide that they shall cut up tree branches and make their soldiers carry them so that Macbeths army wont be sure how many men there actually are.
Malcolm and Siward are in the castle which they have captured. In comes Macduff with Macbeths head in his hand. Macbeth was killed and now Malcolm will be the next King of Scotland.
A messenger declares to Macbeth that the queen has died and Seyton also informes him that the Birnam Wood is advancing toward Dunsinane. Macbeth is in utter shock and misery of his wifes passing. Macbeth also realizes that his prophecy has come true too quickly and that he is less scure now. He declares that he shall fight against the English.
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