what do you represent, the doom and death of the king, or what will happen after the murder.
Floating dagger scene slide 2
i will accept the outcome, so long as i become king.
Banquos ghost scene slide 1
Banquo! what are you doing here, why are you back so soon.
i chose this scene for one of the guilt scenes because macbeth is basically feeling guilty for a crime he has yet to commit, i forgot most of the word for the scene so the dialouge is what i think happened that scene
banquos ghost scene slide 2
my king, no one is there, are you unwell?
again, i dont really remember exactly what happened in the secene, but what i think happens is after he hear the bells ringing, macbeth finally accepts whatever fate the murder may bring him and goes to kill duncan.
lady macbeth death scene slide 1
i do believe she's gone mad.
in this scene only macbeth can see banquo because he's a hallucination created for macbeths guilt of sicking the killer on him to try and solidify his throne.
lady macbeth death slide 2
MY KING! THE QUEEN IS DEAD!
ah, it was going to happen sooner or later, its best that it be now.
again, because only macbeth can see banquos ghost, all of the other nobles think macbeth is going crazy and all.
in this scene, lady macbeth starts sleep walking and talking, reinacting the moment after they killed duncan, this is mainly out of guilt.
macbeth! please hurry, wash you hand of the blood of the king and come to bed, quickly before we are found out!
because of the guilt cause by killing the king, lady macbeth resorts to suicide in order to rid herself from the pain, and macbeth pays no mind to it, even saying it was going to happen eventually.