Macbeth Act 3

Why does Macbeth want Banquo and Fleance dead? Banquo is suspicious, Fleance could become king.
What is Macbeth’s plan for killing Banquo and Fleance? Does it work? He will kill them whilw they’re horseback riding: Banquo dies & Fleance escapes
Macbeth says, “The worm that’s fled hath nature that in time will venom breed, no teeth for the present. What does that mean? He says this after he finds out Fleance has escaped. He means Fleance will be a problem in the future.
Who did Macbeth see at the banquet table? Ghost of Banquo.
How does Lady Macbeth cover for Macbeth at the banquet? What excuse does she give for Macbeth’s wild talk? He isn’t well. It’s an illness he has had since he was a chid
Who else is missing from the banquet table? Macduff
Macbeth says, “I am blood stepped in so far that should I wade no more, returning were as tedious as go o’er.” What does he mean? There will be more violence, there is no going back.
What does Hecate want the witches to do? He wants the witches to give Macbeth visions that will give him false impressions so he continues on his path of destruction.
What does Lennox think about Macbeth, Fleance, and Duncan’s sons? He thinks Macbeth is the good guy, Fleance killed Banquo, and Duncan’s sons killed the king.

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