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Acts Three Through Five of Macbeth

January 18, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 185

In the third act Banquo suspects that Macbeth is the murderer, so Macbeth hires assassins to kill Banquo and his son. Macbeth and his wife have a banquet. The murderers he hired kill Banquo, but his son Fleance escapes. At the dinner Banquo's ghost arrives, and takes Macbeth's seat. Macbeth is tormented, and Lady Macbeth tries to cover for him. All the guests leave. Lord Macduff somehow does not believe Macbeth is innocent. He follows Malcolm to England right away to incite the English king to help in the attack on Scotland and Macbeth.

In act four Macbeth gets ready for the war, and asks the three witches to foretell the outcome of the war. The witches answer, you will not die, and neither will your army get overthrown, until Birnam Wood moves to Dennison Hill. Macbeth can't get out of the habit of killing people. (bum bum bum) When Macbeth finds out that Macduff left to go to England he kills Macduff's wife, children, and servants. The King of England and Macduff start planning their attack on Scotland. Another Scottish lord tells Macduff about his family. For the good of Scotland Macbeth must be disposed of.

In Act five Lady Macbeth is being driven wild by her sins, staying in bed all day only getting out to sleepwalk. His real wealth came when he was a partial owner of the Globe Theater. Nobody knows much about his life after that except he bought the biggest house in Strateford, and lived there until his death.

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