Macbeth Act 3 Scene 4

Macbeth Act 3 Scene 4

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  • Is that blood on thy face?
  • I’d rather see his blood splattered on your face than flowing through his veins.
  • Most royal sir, Fleance has escaped.
  • Thank you for reminding me my love. Toast for the new king! We must remain good and healthy!
  • Lady Macbeth welcomes everyone at the banquet, the First Murderer comes in with blood on his face.
  • Macbeth explains that Banquo is better off dead then alive. The first murderer then explains that Fleance fled.
  • You can’t say I did it. Don’t shake your bloody head at me.
  • Lady Macbeth reminds Macbeth that he has guests and he has to entertain them. Macbeth agrees and thanks her for reminding her. He proceeds to give a cheer with the raise of his glass.
  • Good night. I hope the king recovers soon!
  • As Macbeth is giving the toast to his guests at the banquet, the ghost of Banquo enters Macbeth's chair. Macbeth notices the ghost while no one else does.
  • Macbeth approaches the ghost, yelling at him. Lady Macbeth soon questions why Macbeth is shouting randomly, making an embarrassment of himself. She tries to assure the lords that he is being nonsensable.
  • The Lords and guest soon dismiss themselves, asking Lady Macbeth to let the king get better, and that they hope he is better the next time they meet
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