Macbeth Act 3 Scene 4
Updated: 6/11/2020
Macbeth Act 3 Scene 4
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  • You know your own degrees. Sit down at first and last
  • Ourself will mingle with society. Our hostess keeps her state, but in best time we will require her welcome
  • There is blood upon thy face. Is he dispatched?
  • The young snake who:Hath nature that in time venom bleed. No teeth for'th present
  • most royal sir, his throat is cut but his son has escaped
  • Which of you have done this?!
  • Please't your highness to grace us with your royal company?
  • Gentlemen, his highness is not well
  • Macbeth and Lady Macbeth welcome the lords to their feast.
  • Ay,and a bold one that dare look on that which might appall the devil.
  • Forgive my husband, my lords, for he hath been this way since youth. My husband, are you a man?
  • The first murderer appears at the door. He explains to Macbeth that Banquo has been executed but Fleance has escaped. Macbeth worries over Fleance's survival but regards that Fleance is no threat at the moment.
  • If I stand here, I saw him
  • This is the very painting of your fear, this is the air drawn dagger which you said led you to Duncan
  • When the lords ask Macbeth to sit with them, Macbeth notices Banquo's ghost sitting in the only available seat at the table. This angers Macbeth as he believes somebody is trying to fool him.
  • Goodnight, and better health attend his majesty!
  • As the lords begin to question Macbeth's sanity, Lady Macbeth reassures their guests that Macbeth has always acted this way since his youth.
  • Lady Macbeth begins comforting Macbeth as Macbeth begins to worry about the visions he keeps seeing.
  • As Macbeth continues to shout angry things at Banquo's ghost, Lady Macbeth continues to tell their guests to ignore Macbeth. The guests leave and wish Macbeth good health.
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