Macbeth Acts 2 & 3

Banquo has forgotten about the witches prophecies false
Macbeth feels that murdering Duncan would be an act of wickedness true
Lady Macbeth drugs Duncan’s guards into s deep sleep true
Macbeth forces his wife to commit the murder false
Macbeth smears the servants with Duncan’s blood false
Macduff and Lennox arrive to awaken the king true
Macbeth says that he has killed Duncan’s servant to avenge the King’s murder true
Malcolm and Donalbain leave hastily bc they want to find evidence that will incriminate macbeth false
Ross and Macduff suspect Duncan’s sons of plotting the murder true
Macbeth’s installation as king is delayed indefinitely false
The dagger that Macbeth sees in his soliloquy part of a hallucination
Lady Macbeth hesitates killing the sleeping king because he reminds her of her own father
After the king’s murder, Macbeth reveals great agitation and fear
In this scene, natural events are reported that are omens of evil
Banquo wants to meet with the other novels in order to discover the purpose of the murder
When Macbeth talks agitatedly about the murders, Lady macbeth urges him to try not to dwell on it
The porters cursing is ironic because he invokes the devil w/o knowing about the crime
When Lennox and Macduff arrive at Macbeth’s castle in the morning, Macduff wonders if the porter stayed up late and slept in
As soon as the murder becomes known, Malcolm and Donalbain flee Scotland because they fear for their lives
The natural disturbances that continue all night- including the screaming and murderous owl, chimneys being blown down, and Duncan’s horses turning wild- symbolize the evil of Macbeth’s Deeds
is fearful of divine punishment because he cannot say “amen” macbeth
is frightened that the bloody daggers will reveal who killed the king lady macbeth
is afraid of “daggers in men’s smiles” and of being killed donalbain
are suspicious about all events and hope for aid from England against Macbeth Lennox and another Lord
is terrified by ‘strange screams of death” and other disturbances heard in the night lennox
are suspicious because of Macbeth’s behavior at the banquet The nobles
is suspicious because the witches have not provided information Hecate
suspects that Banquo knows his crimes Macbeth
suspects that Macbeth killed Duncan Banquo
Which of the following phrases is the most vivid example of figurative language “o full of scorpions is my mind, dear wife”
When Macbeth begins talking to Banquo ghost, Lady Macbeth reacts by telling the others Macbeth has an illness
When Macbeth hears that Fleance has escaped the murders he reacts with anxiety
Macbeth explains to the hired murderers that they must keep his plan a secret because he and Banquo have friends in common who would be upset
The “Barron scepter” Macbeth refers to is a symbol implying that he will have no heirs to the throne
” this is the very painting of your fear” You had a hallucination brought on by your terror
“Blood will have blood” one evil leads to another
“Be innocent of the knowledge/ till thou applaud the deed” It’s safer not to know about plans until after they are carried out
“Things we all remedy/ should be w/o regard” If you can’t do anything about a situation, forget about it
is alarmed about the dreams he might have if he sleeps banquo
How does duncan die Killed by Macbeth with a dagger
Why doesn’t Lady Macbeth kill Duncan He reminds her of her own father
Banquo refuses Macbeth’s invitation to dinner false
Banquo’s son manages to escape true
All the guests see the ghostly figure false
Macduff has left to aid one of Duncan’s sons in a rebellion against Macbeth true
Hecate and the weird sisters plan another meeting with macbeth true
Macbeth is relieved that Macduff has failed to appear false
Lady macbeth explains that her husband’s wild words are caused by his guilt false
Banquo’s ghost sits in Macbeth’s place at the table true
Before the dinner, Macbeth looks confidently toward the future false
Macbeth hires 2 men to kill Banquo and Fleance true
What are Macduff and Malcolm doing Raising an army to stop Macbeth
What does Macbeth see at the banquet ghost of banquo
Who escapes fleance
Who do the murders kil banquo
Why is Macbeth so determined to have Fleance killed Because Of the prophecies and avoid benefiting Banquo’s children
What 2 men flee Scotland in fear malcom and donalbain
Right after Duncan dies, Macbeth hears a voice cry out. What does t say Macbeth has murdered sleep
Who smears the blood on Duncan’s servants Lady Macbeth
As he considers Macbeth’s kingship, Banquo feels glimmers of hope for his own future
Macbeth wants Banquo dead so that his crime will not benefit Banquo’s children
In saying ” what is done is done” lady macbeth suggest that she and Macbeth should accept the reality of their deed
In response to his wife Macbeth demonstrates a drive toward further evil
Macbeth is seized by a “fit” when he learns that Fleance is still alive
Macbeth describes the ghost at dinner as covered with blood
Lady Macbeth tries to bring Macbeth to his senses by scolding him
Macbeth hints to his wife that he must kill
Hecate intends to punish Macbeth for his overconfidence
At the beginning of scene 6 lennox speaks of Macbeth’s arrow and nobility in a tone that is sarcastic
“He hath a wisdom that doth guide his valor/ to act in safety” he doesn’t act rashly

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