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English story board

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  • "Fair is foul and foul is fair"
  • "Speak, then, to me"
  • "Speak, if you can. What are you?"
  • "Hail!"
  • "What, can the devil speak true?"
  • "Thane of Cawdor lives.Why do you dress me"
  • "We are sent To give thee from our royal master thanks"
  • "The King hath happily received"
  • During this scene it introduces three witches in which empasizes one theme of the story, "Fair is foul and foul is fair. Forshadowing the involvement of how what seems to be fair is actually a foul act, thus affects are placed upon the characters of the story.
  • I fear thy nature; It is too full o’ th’ milk of human kindness To catch the nearest way
  • Both Banquo and Macbeth stumble upon the three witches, within this scene they are given a prophecy that states Macbeth will be king and Banquo will be much happier. As this continues on, Macbeth is placed into an ambitious and eager state, while Banquo is questioning through logical explanation
  • "This castle hath a pleasant seat... air nimble and sweet"
  • "By his loved mansionry, that the heaven’s breath... air is delicate"
  • The acceptance and receival of Macbeth's victory has incited a talk of promotion. Therefore, causing Macbeth to think more about the prophecy given to him by the three witches, it preventing him to keep a loyal firm towards Duncan and slowly leads to his corruption towards his liege.
  • "Dare do all that may become a man. Who dares do more is none."
  • "live a coward in thine own esteem"
  • Recieving a letter from Macbeth, Lady Macbeth is stunned by the work caused by Macbeth. However, states that her husband is too kind to carry on the deed of assasination to gain the throne. Thus, she later plots to "pour my spirits in thine ear" which means that she will convince him otherwise.
  • The irony in this scene is when Duncan states the castle to be pleasant, however, little does he know that his host is plotting to assasinate him. In fact, in earlier scenes Duncan also states, "There’s no art/ to find the mind’s construction in the face" In addition, Duncan yet again falls for the perceptive appearence of Macbeth as he just overcame Cawdor.
  • As Lady Macbeth attempts to persuade Macbeth, the two exchange words of the outcomes and plots whats to occur. Lady Macbeth however, able to coax Macbeth through the work of pathos convincing this will lead to his greater success. In addition, by doing so it will make him only greater as a man.
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