Updated: 2/4/2020
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  • knock knock
  • Here's a knocking indeed! If a man were a porter of hell-gate, he should have old turning the key
  • What three things does drink especially provoke?
  • Is the King stirring, worthy thane?
  • The porter, who is drunk, hears knocking from outside. He compares it to if a person were a porter of the gates of hell. He said that it would be awful because it would require a lot of work.
  • He did command me to call timely on him. I have almost slipped the hour.
  • Macduff engages in a conversation with the Porter after they realize that he is drunk. They talk about what things drinking affects and how it affects it.
  • I'll bring him to you
  • In this scene, Macbeth comes in while Macduff and the porter were talking. Macduff then asks Macbeth whether the King is still sleeping or not.
  • I'll make so bold to callFor 'ts my limited service
  • The King told Macduff to go to him to wake him up early, and he almost came late. He doesn't know that the King is dead.
  • Macbeth offers to go get the King for Macduff, even though he knows that he is dead.
  • Macduff refuses Macbeth's help claiming that it is apart of his duty to wake him up.
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