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Macbeth is a hero!
"Well, wouldn't YOU want to have this power, during the hour?"
On a cold and stormy night, enter the three witches. The first witch asked where and when to meet again. The second told her after the battles won. And the third said “There to meet with Macbeth."
Are you a man?
Meanwhile in Scotland, King Duncan and his royal companions are talking with an injured man, who begins to talk about Macbeth being a hero for fighting in the Scottish Rebellion and defeating them.
Macbeth and Banquo (best friend) encounter the witches, and they tell Macbeth he will be king. Macbeth is skeptical and tells Lady Macbeth, but to Lady Macbeth, she is obsessed with the idea that she will have power.
Is this fate?
Macbeth has King Duncan over for dinner to celebrate the victory, and Lady Macbeth finds this to be the perfect opportunity to kill him! With a lot of instigating, Macbeth does it, and immediately freaks out. The next day he is crowned king.
Banquo then suspects about how Macbeth truly became king and questions about the witches’ predictions about them. Now, Macbeth, who is obsessed with power, hires murderers to finish off Banquo and his son by the hour.
Banquo is gone! Fleance escaped! Macbeth goes insane, during a meeting with all the thanes of Scotland, when he sees Banquo’s ghost. When their meeting is abruptly finished, the thanes discuss if Macbeth is crazy (or malnourished!)
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