Macbeth Act 3, Scene 1-3

What suspicions does Banquo voice? Macbeth became king by foul means.
What does Banquo say that lets us know what he suspects about Macbeth? “Thou playest more foully for it”
Who besides Banquo knows of the witches’ prophesies? Lady Macbeth
In lines 51-76, what doubts does Macbeth say is troubling him? Banquo knowing he killed Duncan and that his sons will not be kings.
What does Macbeth tell the murderers about Banquo? He has caused them to have bad fortune and he is their enemy. Macbeth has also promised them that they would never be punished for their crimes.
According to Macbeth, why does he himself not kill Banquo? He doesn’t need to be suspected for his death.
Who else are the murderers to kill? Fleance, Banquo’s son
What is the meaning of Lady Macbeth’s saying: “Nought’s had, all’s spent,/ Where our desire is got without content”? Macbeth becoming king is not what they expected.
In lines 18-28, what affliction does Macbeth suffer? Terrible nightmares
In line 36, Lady Macbeth says, “You must leave this.” What does she mean? She is telling Macbeth to leave behind Duncan’s death.
Is Lady Macbeth aware that Macbeth has planned the death of Banquo and Fleance? No
How is the planning of Banquo’s murder quite different from that of Duncan’s? Macbeth is not being urged by Lady Macbeth.
Who is murdered in scene 3? Banquo
Who escapes in scene 3? Fleance
What is Banquo’s dying request of Fleance? He may take revenge of his death.

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