Macbeth Project

Macbeth Project

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  • Macbeth by william Shakespeare 
  • Macbeth Meets the 3 Witches (Tragic Hero)
  • All hail Macbeth, that shalt be king hereafter! 
  • Tell me more... 
  • All hail, Macbeth! Thane of Glamis! 
  • This is crazy... 
  • All hail, Macbeth! Thane of Cawdor! 
  •  Malcolm becomes Prince (Hamartia)
  • May I present Malcolm, the Prince of Cumberland! 
  • Prince of Cumberland? I must take matters into my own hands... my dark, deep desires are coming out soon... 
  • Linh Tran, Daniela Soriano  English 2H Period 2 
  • Lady Macbeth Persuades Macbeth to plan Duncan's Murder (Hubris)
  • You're a coward and not a true man! A real man would love his wife and complete this deed of murdering Duncan! 
  • As the play begins, three witches discuss the future of Macbeth. When Macbeth and Banquo arrive, the witches claim Macbeth will become the Thane of Cawdor and the next King of Scotland. Banquo does not believe the prophecies as Macbeth is intrigued by them. Macbeth's obsession with the prophecies makes him the Tragic Hero of the play because his desire to force his fate will lead him to his own downfall. 
  • Macbeth Kills Duncan
  • It is done! Duncan's death bell now rings... 
  • As Duncan praises Macbeth, the new Thane of Cawdor, he crowns Malcolm the Prince of Cumberland. Macbeth thinks to himself Malcolm is not worthy of being Prince. Macbeth's  hamartia, tragic flaw, of ambition causes him to desire absolute power by killing Duncan.  This hamartia of Macbeth will ultimately lead to his downfall. 
  • Macbeth Feels Guilty About Murdering Banquo (Peripeteia) 
  • I saw him, the ghost of Banquo! What horror! 
  • As Macbeth tells Lady Macbeth about the prophecies and the Prince of Cumberland,  Lady Macbeth decides Macbeth must kill Duncan to seize power. Macbeth has his doubts and almost does not go through with the plan. However, Lady Macbeth manipulates Macbeth by questioning his manhood. Macbeth's hubris, extreme pride, causes him to claim he is a true man and not a coward. Macbeth's extreme arrogance also provokes him to take the challenge of murdering Duncan. 
  • I am a man! I will then kill Duncan, tonight I say! 
  • Later that night, Macbeth hallucinates a floating dagger leading to Duncan's room. Macbeth stabs Duncan and he sees spots of blood appear on his sword. As Macbeth murders Duncan, he hears his funeral bell ring. 
  • As time passes, Macbeth convinces two murderers that Banquo is a traitor and he should be killed. Later on that night, Macbeth hallucinates Banquo's ghost at dinner. Macbeth's outbreak causes the people at the dinner to become suspicious of him.  The increasing suspicion on Macbeth is completely out of his control, therefore, is a peripeteia. Macbeth cannot control what the people think of him. 
  • My lords, please leave since the Master is ill... 
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