Macbeth Act II

when banquo says he dreamed about the weird sisters, macbeth says he does not think about them
as macbeth goes to kill duncan, he imagines that he sees a dagger in front of his eyes
lady macbeth places the grooms’ daggers beside them and smears the grooms with blood because macbeth is afraid to do it himself
duncan’s body is discovered by macduff
duncan’s sons leave macbeth’s castle because they fear they will be the next to be murdered
the dagger that macbeth sees in his scene 1 soliloquy is part of a hallucination
when macbeth talks agitatedly about the murders, lady macbeth urges him to try not to dwell on it
the porter’s cursing is ironic because he invokes the devil without knowing about the crime
banquo meets with the other nobles in order to discover the purpose of the murder
the natural disturbances that continue all night- including the screaming and murdering owl, chimneys being blown down, and duncan’s horses turning wild- symbolize the evil of macbeth’s deeds
during the murder, lady hears an owl scream true
lady says that ‘a little water’ will clear them of their deed true
the porter pretends that he is opening the gate to hell true
when lady returns to duncan’s chamber, she kills the guards false
both ross and macduff go to scone to see macbeth crowned as king false

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