Macbeth Act IV

A major purpose of Act IV of The Tragedy of Macbeth is to foreshadow events related to ______________________ Macbeth’s downfall
In Act IV of The Tragedy of Macbeth when the witch says, “Something wicked this way comes,” you know that ________________________ Even the witches now consider Macbeth evil
After visiting the witches in Act IV of The Tragedy of Macbeth, why does Macbeth initially change his mind and decide not to have Macduff killed? He knows Macduff has fled to England
Which of the following best describes how Shakespeare portrays Macduff’s son in Act IV of The Tragedy of Macbeth? questioning and courageous
In The Tragedy of Macbeth, Act IV, Scene iii, what finally convinces Malcolm that Macduff is loyal? Macduff’s noble despair for his country
Which of the following lines spoken by Malcolm in Act IV of The Tragedy of Macbeth best conveys how he really feels about Scotland? “. . . It weeps, it bleeds, and each new day a gash / Is added to her wounds.”
The end of Act IV of The Tragedy of Macbeth foreshadows an important conflict between ___________________________ Macbeth and Macduff
In Elizabethan theater, ____ was especially important because there were no elaborate special effects, lighting, or sets. imagery
In The Tragedy of Macbeth, Act IV, Macbeth visits the witches because he thinks that ___________________________ their evil doings can help him maintain his power
What is imagery? language that writers use to re-create sensory experiences
Which senses do the following lines from Act IV, Scene iii of The Tragedy of Macbeth appeal to?”This avarice / Sticks deeper, grows with more pernicious root / Than summer-seeming lust, and it hath been / The sword of our slain kings.” sight and touch
Which sense does the following quotation from The Tragedy of Macbeth appeal to?”This tyrant, whose sole name blisters our tongues, / Was once thought honest.” touch
One of the images that runs throughout The Tragedy of Macbeth is that of _________________________ blood
Which of your senses does the following quote from The Tragedy of Macbeth appeal to?”Nay, had I pow’r, I should / Pour the sweet milk of concord into hell, / Uproar the universal peace, confound / All unity on earth.” taste, touch, and hearing

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