Come on, gentle my lord sleek o'er your rugged looks
There's but one down. The son is fled
Macbeth questions the witch's prophecies, and Banquo is starting to get suspicious of Macbeth. Banquo tells Macbeth that he'll be going out for a little while. Macbeth bring about 2 murderers to kill Banquo for him. The 2 murderers agree.
Thy bones are marrow less;thy blood is cold;Though hast no speculation in those eyes
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are very unhappy of where they are at now, because with all the good things that have happened to them, they feel guilty. Macbeth starts to question the sins he has committed. With this happening, Macbeth still keeps the secret of Banquo's future death.
He shall spurn fate,scorn death, and bear His hopes 'bove wisdom,grace,and fear'
The 2 murders discover that Macbeth has sent a 3rd murderer to tag along. These 3 manage to kill Banquo, but his Fleance manages to escape.
The son of Duncan-From when whom this tyrant holds the due of birth
The Murderers arrive at the castle and break the news to Macbeth regarding Banquo's death. Macbeth proceeds with the banquet and searches for a seat, but realize that there is none. Still frightened about the death of Banquo Macbeth sees Banquet's Ghost and freaks out. Lady Macbeth tells all the guests to please leave.
The withes meet Hecate, the Queen of the Witches. She is very furious with the witches getting involved with Macbeth's life, and then he comes up with a plan to ruin his life by telling him that he's invincible. This is a sign of dramatic irony because the readers know what's going to happen, but Macbeth doesn't. This is also an example of foreshadowing because the author is giving us a hint of what there is t come for the future for Macbeth.
Lennox talks to a Noble and they come to the conclusion that Fleance was the murderer of his own father, Duncan's son also killed his father. They also say that Macbeth is up to no good. Lastly, they have a conversation concerning how Macduff and Malcolm go to England, and unite to produce an army to turn on Scotland.