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Macbeth: Act IV Scene 1 - Prophecy
CALL YOUR MASTERS. LET ME SEE THEM.
Macbeth: Act IV Scene 2 - Murder
HE HAS KILLED ME, MOTHER. RUN AWAY, I BEG YOU!
Macbeth: Act IV Scene 3 - Ready
NOW YOU SOUND LIKE A MAN. COME, LET'S GO TO SEE KING EDWARD. OUR ARMY IS READY; ALL WE NEED TO DO NOW IS SAY OUR FAREWELLS. MACBETH IS RIPE FOR THE PICKING, AND THE HEAVENS HAVE CHOSEN US AS THEIR AGENTS. TAKE WHAT CHEER YOU CAN - A NEW DAY IS COMING AT LAST!
This scene is significant because this is where he finds out the future yet to come for the end of his journey as King of Scotland.
This scene is significant because this is showing another reason for Macbeth's guilty conscience. Macbeth sends murderers to kill Macduff's family while he is away in England helping late King Duncans sons.
This scene is significant because this shows when Macduff and his partners in crime decide to attack Macbeth for what he's done. Macduff wants to kill Macbeth and make him suffer.
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