Macbeth Act 4

toil, truble Double, double, _________ and __________; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble!”
witches double, double… spoken by the __________ as they cast a final spell on Macbeth
Wicked By the pricking of my thumbs, something _________ this way comes
Macbeth By the pricking…spoken by the witches at the approach of ________
cave, dark, foggy, at night describe the setting for scene i act 4
to intensify the evil this scene is one of the reasons people believe in the curse of Macbeth; it is said that the ingredients of the witch’s pot were found in classically demonic recipes; why do you think Shakespeare included such gruesome details in his play
Porter acting like gatekeeper to Hell Hearing Macbeth, the witches call “Open locks, Whoever, knocks!” Where else have we seen knocking in this play?
Macbeth is asking to be admitted into Hell How is the use of knocking symbolic in this scene
evil spirits who actually shows Macbeth his future
3 how many prophecies are there?
armed king macbeth be wary of Macduff
bloody child be bold and bloody, no one born of a woman will harm Macbeth
baby with crown and tree Macbeth will not be vanquished until the forest walks to the castle of Deauncy
increases cnfidence How does Macbeth react to these prophecies
will Banquo’s line rule what other question does Macbeth seek to know
entire line of kings that look like banquo will rule How do the witches answer if Banquo’s line will rule
mirror what is the 8th king holding
Macbeth trusted them that he would be king How is Macbeth’s line “damn’d all those that trust them” ironic?
Macduff fled to England what news does Lennox bring Macbeth
seeks to kill wife and Children How does this affect Macbeth’s purpose to kill him
he has betrayed Macbeth Why has Macduff left his wife and children and fled to England
He never told her he was going or why he was going Why does Lady Macduff grow so angry over his disapperance?
the murders kill Macduff’s wife and son What is the outcome of this scene?
England Where does scene iii take place?
More evil than MacbethMacbeth will be like a lamb compared to him How dose Malcolm descrive to Macduff what he will be like as king?
To test his loyalty Why does Malcolm accuse MAcduff of treason against his family and country, then tell him such horrible things about himself?
He passes the test How does Macduff convince Malcolm of his loyalty
Everyone in his house was slaughtered What personal news does Ross bring to Macduff?
Everyone in his house was slaughtered What personal news does Ross bring to Macduff?
grieves How does Macduff respond to this news
angry How does Macduff respond to this news
grief is the whetstone of his sword What metaphores does Malcolm use to mollify Macduff in his his grief
Revenge is medicine What metaphores does Malcolm use to mollify Macduff in his grief

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