Macbeth Act II Storyboard
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Macbeth Act II: Scene 1 - Dagger
I SEE YOU STILL, AND YOU LOOK AS REAL AS THE DAGGER I'M DRAWING NOW, YOU BECKON ME TO GO WHERE I WAS GOING ALREADY, WHERE I WAS TO USE AN INSTRUMENT JUST LIKE YOU. EITHER MY EYES ARE NOW THE FOOLS OF MY OTHER SENSES, OR ELSE THEY'RE GREATER THAN ALL THE REST.
Macbeth Act II: Scene 3 - Death of the King
OH, HORROR, HORROR, HORROR! THIS IS BEYOND WORDS - BEYOND BELIEF!
Macbeth Act II: Scene 3 - Escape
A MURDEROUS ARROW HAS BEEN SHOT BUT, IT HASN'T LANDED ON US YET - WE'LL BE SAFEST IF WE AVOID IT ENTIRELY, THEREFORE, TO OUR HORSES. NO POLITE GOOD-BYES; WE'LL JUST STEAL OURSELVES AWAY, THIS KIND OF THEFT IS JUSTIFIED WHEN MERCY ITSELF HAS FLED.
This scene is significant because it shows the dagger he is supposed to use to kill the king, floating in front of him. I think this shows his guilty conscience and his nervousness towards the plan.
This scene is significant because this is when Macduff finds the lifeless king in his chamber. Creating chaos throughout the living quarters.
This scene is significant because it shows that one of the kind=gs sons has decided that they need to flee out of Scotland. They think that because their father was murdered, they will be too.
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