Act 2 Storyboard

Act 2 Storyboard

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  • "Is this a dagger I seem to see before me, The handle toward my hand?"
  • "Are you, fatal vision, able to be felt As well as seen? Or are you only A dagger of the mind, a false creation, Coming from my fevered brain? I can see you still, in a form as real As this one, which now I draw."
  • "You show me the way I meant to go, Are my eyes made fools by my Other senses, or better than the rest? I still see you. Your blade has bits of blood That were not there before. You're not real. This bloody business makes me see things?"
  • The dagger is basically telling Macbeth to kill King Duncan himself. Since the handle is pointing towards Macbeth, the dagger is like telling Macbeth to use him to kill King Duncan. Macbeth's hands can control the dagger and use it to kill King Duncan.
  • "If Duncan had Not looked like my own father in his sleep, I would have done it myself."
  • Macbeth questions himself whether or not he is seeing things. He is confused because he cant tell whether or not he is seeing the dagger. Is it in right in front of him? Is it just in his head? In other words, he doubts himself on seeing the dagger actually right in front of him since he is struggling on making a risky decision to kill King Duncan.
  • "One man laughed in his sleep, Another one cried, "Murder!" They seemed to wake each other up, But quickly went back to sleep."
  • Murder!
  • The dagger was in Macbeth's mind. The dagger had blood on it. His thoughts were telling him to go kill King Duncan since there was blood all over the sword. He even said that he was seeing it in his head because he said that the dagger was not real in front of him. The fact that a dagger with blood on it with the handle towards him was all over in his mind, his thoughts showed him the way to go, which was to kill King Duncan.
  • "I can't go back. I'm afraid to look upon what I have done!"
  • Originally, Lady Macbeth was going to be the person to kill King Duncan. However, when Lady Macbeth was about to kill King Duncan, she couldn't do it because King Duncan looked too much like her father. Wasn't Lady Macbeth the one who made sure that this murder was going to happen? And now all of a sudden, she can't do it? We can conclude from this that Lady Macbeth has some small feelings for other people in her heart.
  • Macbeth had two thoughts going on in his head. When someone was laughing in his sleep, it was really one of Macbeth's feelings of happiness that he killed the king. Since the person was laughing in his sleep, this represented Macbeth's positive feeling of happiness that he committed the murder, except he didnt really want to feel the happiness because when someone sleeps, they cant feel anything. Also, when someone yelled "Murder," that represented his other feeling which was depression because King Duncan has been killed.
  • *laughter*
  • When Lady Macbeth told her husband to take the daggers back to King Duncan's bedroom, Macbeth refused to do it. He didn't want to step foot in that room after killing King Duncan. He was afraid to see what he has done to King Duncan. We can conclude from this Macbeth has caring feelings towards King Duncan.
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