macbeth act 4 scene 3

macbeth act 4 scene 3

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  • 'to take upon you what is yours'- you should become king
  • 'but i have none'- i posses none of the virtues a king requires
  • 'O Scotland, Scotland!'- I fear terribly for the fate of Scotland
  • 'to thy good truth and honour'- you are noble and i trust you. 'my first false speaking'- i was lying to test your trust'
  • Macduff and Malcom are talking outside the king of England, Edward's, castle. During their talk Malcom decides to to test Macduff's loyalty to him and Scotland.
  • 'such sanity hath heaven given his hand'- the King is able to heal because he is the rightful king- 'king's evil
  • By demeaning his own nobility and professing himself to be a greater tyrant than Macbeth, Malcolm hopes to goad Macduff into an open display of his loyalties.
  • 'our grave'- Scotland is in ruins because of Macbeth, it will be the death of us all. 'your wife and babes savagely slaughtered'- Macbeth mercilessly killed everyone who you love
  • 'he has no children'- my full revenge would be to do what he did to me
  • Macduff is thrown into a fit of anger against the "untitled tyrant" Macbeth, and Malcolm enlists his help in the struggle. Malcom reveals his plot to trick Macduff into showing where his loyalties lie and tells Malcom that he has 'passed' the test.
  • 'this fiend of Scotland and myself'- Macbeth is an enemy of mine and all of Scotland. 'within my swords length set him'- i shall kill him
  • the night is long that never finds the day- whatever happens, there will be a bette tomorrow
  • The doctor enters, explaining why there is a line of wretched souls waiting to see king Edward due to his healing abilities. It is revealed that King Edward the Confessor had been healing the sick by supernatural means.
  • Ross enters with news of Macbeth's tyranny. He starts listing of the horrendous acts macbeth has committed as of taking the crown; including news of the slaughter of Macduff's family.
  • Macduff is finally convinced not only to engage in the rebel army but also to take personal revenge upon Macbeth. Infuriated by the news, vows an oath of vengeance to reclaim the kingdom.
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