Macbeth act 3 and study guide terms/PowerPoint

In Macbeth’s soliloquy scene one act three, what decision is he struggling with To kill banquo
What motivates Macbeth to stink about killing banquo He wants to safely be king and banquo is a threat bc of prophecies
What reasons does Macbeth have for being worried ab banquo He is kingly and noble, he is brace with a good conscience, he is wise and thinks, and he makes Macbeth nervous
What motive does Macbeth have for killing banquo He is challenging fate and battling death
Why does Macbeth experience internal conflict at the dinner Guilt
Why is lady Macbeth in conciliatory with Macbeth during the state dinner She is trying to get control of him
How does Macbeth use dramatic irony to comment on banquos fate He’s toasting to banquo who he hired someone to kill- group doesnt know this
Tho has it now, king, cawdor, glam is, all, as the weird women promised and i fear thou played most foully for it Banquo- he is afraid that Macbeth got the crown by doing something bad and is afraid of how the prophecies will play out- foreshadows the bad
Nought had all spent. Where our slider is got without content. It’s safer to be that which we destroy than by destruction dwell in doubtful joy Lady Macbeth- they aren’t as happy as they thought they would be with the crown.
In affliction of these terrible dreams that shake us nightly, better be with the dead whom we to gain our peace have sent to peace Macbeth isnt happy with the death he has inflicted
Full of scorpions is my mind dear wife. Be innocent of knowledge dearest Unrest and unhappiness with Macbeth- changing roles of lady and Macbeth again
I had else been perfect, whole as the marble founded as the rock… but now i am cabinet cribbed confined bound in to saucy doubts and fears Macbeth- feels trapped in a cycle of trying to gain control- fleance escaped
There the grown serpent lies, the worm that’d fled hath nature that in time will venom breed, no teeth for the present Fleance still lives but he isnt a threat at his age right now
What suspicion Does banquo voice and what does he say to let us know what he suspects He thinks Macbeth is did evil to become king
Who besides banquo knows of the witches prophecies Macbeth
Why does Macbeth question banquo about his plans So he knows where to kill him
What does Macbeth tell the murderers about banquo It’s his fault that they are in poverty and suffering
Who else are murderers to kill Fleance
What ailment does Macbeth suffer from Insomnia and nightmares
What is ironic about lady Macbeth advice to Macbeth She is saying what Macbeth said in act one- role reversal
How is planning of banquos murder different from that of Duncan Hired a murderer
Who is murdered Banquo
How escapes Fleance
Who is seated at macbeth’s place at the table Hallucination of banquo
How does lady m explain Macbeth’s reaction to her guests He has a disease since childhood – see things
What is lady Macbeth’s reaction to macbeth saying he had seen a ghost She tells him that to man up. It is like the dagger- not real
Who refused the banquet invitation Macduff
A literature that fells a story through performance by actors Drama
What is the plot heightened in a drama It has to hold the interest of an audience
What is the purpose of dialogue To tell the story
What is the purpose of stage directions To help the cast and crew bring it to life
What two kinds of writing is in a drama Dialogue and stage directions
Long speech expressing private thoughts delivered by character alone on stage Soliloquy
What do soliloquy reveal True emotions- to convey intent, motive and doubt
A long speech delivered by one character to another or to a group of characters Monologue
A private remark to one character or to the audience that breaks convention bc it is understood not to be heard by characters on stage Aside
Can create responses from any readers senses Imagery
Images that have universal appeal and clearly support the underlying meaning of the text Arcehtypal
Two broad categories of drama Tragedy and comedy
Downfall or death of protagonist Tragedy
Main character- an outstanding person of high rank whose downfall is caused by his own fatal flaw Tragic hero
The heros character that leads him to make a fatal mistake Tragic flaw
Humorous scenes or characters to relieve tension Comic relief
Ordinary people in conflict with society Comedic
Involves probs among lovers Romantic comedy
Satirizes social customs of society Comedy of manners
A struggle between opposing forces Conflict
Situtation statement person or thing that contains contradictory features or qualities yet often proven true Paradox
Reference to person even place of literary or historical significance Allusion
An implied comparison between two things with similar qualities Metaphor
Use of words or images to signify ideas and qualities giving symbolic meaning beyond the literal sense Symbolism
Particularly in plays and movies weather reflects the emotions of a character and triggers an emotional responses in audience Pathetic fallacy
Intensifies the tension letting the audience know things the characters do not Dramatic irony
Characters showing contrasting qualities with another character to highlight traits of each other Foil
Fair is foul and foul is fair Paradox
Reference to Golgotha and bellonas bridegroom Allusion
Macbeth reveals jealousy of malcom Aside
Blood and insomnia Symbolism
When Duncan arrives weather is bright- raven calls mean death Pathetic fallacy
Banquo to macbeth; macduff to macbeth Foil

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