"And something from the palace; always thought That I require a clearness." (Act 3, Scene 1, Page 6)
"We are resolved, my lord." (Act 3, Scene 1, Page 6)
"So shall I, love, And so, I pray, be you. Let your remembrance apply to Banquo; present him eminence, both with eye and tongue: unsafe the while that we must have our honors in these flattering streams. and make our faces vizards to our hearts, disgusting what they are." (Act 3, Scene 2, Page 2)
Personalities will change as people gain power: Changed Macbeth
"You must leave this." (Act 3, Scene 2, Page 2)
Pondering our possible fate can drive us insane: Crazy Macbeth
"Avaunt, and quit my sight! Let the earth hide thee. Thy bones are marrowless, they blood is cold. Thou hast no speculation in those eyes which thou dost glare with!" ( Act 3, Scene 4, Page 5)
Here Macbeth is plotting against his best friend, Banquo. Earlier he was asking his friend to have safe travels. This shows how he really feels about Banquo behind his false smile and lies. It shows that Macbeth will do anything to avoid his depressing fate.
As the story progresses, it is obvious the Macbeth goes through a slight character change. He is more plotting than ever before. This shows how he changed since the beginning of the play when he was seen as brave, noble, and kind. Originally he was a lot kinder and seemingly used to receiving a lot of orders from his wife.
Macbeth often sees a number of hallucinations that affect his ability to think clearly or act as he should. After pondering the possible thought that Fleance could avenge his father and become the king of Scotland, he becomes delusional and sees flashes of Banquo's ghost haunting him and his fears. This sight affects the way he is acting and proves the central idea of being able to experience some sort of prize if someone I to live stuck on their faith.