Macbeth Act III

Verity Truth
Dauntless Fearless
Valor Courage, bravery
Incensed Infuriated, angered
Bounteous Liberal, generous
Sundry Assorted, varied
Jocund Affable, merry
Blanched Paled, turned white
Profound Deep
Malevolence Spite, ill feeling
In Scene 1, what does Banquo say that indicates that he suspects Macbeth has murdered Duncan? He says that all prophecies have come true and that he’s worried Macbeth did something foul for it.
In Scene 1, of what does Macbeth accuse Malcolm and Donalbain? Macbeth accuses Malcolm and Donalbain of killing Duncan
How does Macbeth plan to murder Banquo? Macbeth convinces two servants that Banquo is their enemy and to kill him, and they agree, and a third joins
In Scene 2, what does Macbeth say that indicates that he and Lady Macbeth are not at peace? Macbeth will not tell Lady Macbeth her plan, showing that Lady Macbeth has succeeded in changing Macbeth’s nature and no longer needed in his plots. “O, full of scorpions is my mind”, “terrible dreams hat shake us nightly”
In Scene 3, why is it important that Fleance escapes? If Fleance is alive, he is able to fulfill the prophecy that Banquo’s son will be kings, wants to get revenge on Macbeth
In Scene 4, why do you think Macbeth sees the ghost of Banquo? Macbeth sees the ghost because his is horrified by what he is done and feels guilty for killing him
How does Lady Macbeth respond to Macbeth’s outburst? Lady Macbeth says Macbeth’s outburst is an old childhood delusion that occasionally happens
In Scene 1, of what does Macbeth accuse Malcolm and Donalbain? Macbeth accuses Malcolm and Donalbain of killing Duncan
How does Macbeth plan to murder Banquo? Macbeth convinces two servants that Banquo is their enemy and to kill him, and they agree, and a third joins
In Scene 2, what does Macbeth say that indicates that he and Lady Macbeth are not at peace? Macbeth will not tell Lady Macbeth her plan, showing that Lady Macbeth has succeeded in changing Macbeth’s nature and no longer needed in his plots. “O, full of scorpions is my mind”, “terrible dreams hat shake us nightly”
In Scene 3, why is it important that Fleance escapes? If Fleance is alive, he is able to fulfill the prophecy that Banquo’s son will be kings, wants to get revenge on Macbeth
In Scene 4, why do you think Macbeth sees the ghost of Banquo? Macbeth sees the ghost because his is horrified by what he is done and feels guilty for killing him
How does Lady Macbeth respond to Macbeth’s outburst? Lady Macbeth says Macbeth’s outburst is an old childhood delusion that occasionally happens

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