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Act 1 Scene 3
Transcript of Act 1 Scene 3
By: Madison Nazario
Banquo refers to Macbeth as a noble
character (speaking with the witches).
This is showing how Banquo feels
The Witches repeat:
Hail, Hail, Hail, to MacBeth,
this shows they all three worship
him, even though he is
not King yet
(referring to diction) Banquo
calls Macbeth a noble character,
this is ironic, because we know Macbeth
ends up killing Banquo.
The Witch tells Banquo
he is not going to be King, but
Banquo's son will be King. This
Foreshadows Banquo's death because
there has to be some "outside force" that
will make it to where Banquo cannot be King,
but his son can be. (We know Macbeth kills Banquo
at this point.)
How Does Shakespeare's show the time Macbeth was written in his story?
Shakespeare shows the time period through the language he uses. Ex: (Line: 52) "Things that do sound so fair? I' th' name of truth,..."
"So foul and fair a day I have not seen. " (Line 38 pg. 306)
"Your children shall be kings." (Line 86 pg 308
"Two truths are told As happy prolgues to the swelling act of the imperial theme."
"And make my seated heart knock at my ribs"
(Line 136 pg. 309)
Changes through out the play
Starts out Honorable
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