Lady Macbeth Glamis Thou Art Analysis

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5) “Glamis thou art, and Cawdor, and shalt be what thou art promised” Act 1, Scene 5, Line 15-16 Lady Macbeth is reading the letter from Macbeth, this means that this is a great thing but she believes he doesn’t have what it takes to be king but the witches prophecy is true. 4) “Out, damned spot! I say” Act 5, Scene 1, Line 33 Lady Macbeth is saying this to the doctor in regards to a spot she sees on her hand that isn’t really there. She has a bad memory that wont go away from the blood of the king that was on her hands but now isn’t. 3) “There’s no art to find the mind’s construction in the face. He was a gentleman on whom I built an absolute trust.” Act 1, Scene 4, Line 12-14 Duncan is speaking to Malcolm in regards to the Thane…show more content…
He messed up and brought the daggers back instead of leaving them there. So lady Macbeth goes and puts the bloody daggers on the drunken guards. The next day Macduff and Lennox come. Macduff is the first to see Duncan dead. The guards already look guilty with the bloody daggers. Macbeth kills them out of hurt. Duncan’s two sons leave right away, they don’t want to be murdered next. Act III: Banquo is becoming a problem for Macbeth. He suspects Macbeth of the murder of Duncan. Macbeth doesn’t like that so he hires these men to kill him and his son Fleance. Banquo is murdered but his son gets away. Macbeth is at a dinner party and he see’s Banquo’s ghost. He starts going off and acting weird. Lady Macbeth tries to tell the guest he gets like this. This outburst made everyone uncomfortable. Act IV: Macbeth has Macduff’s family murdered, while Macduff is still in England. In England Macduff is trying to get Malcolm to come back and get his spot back as King. They agree to wage war against Macbeth. The witches tell him that any man born a woman cannot kill him. Act V: Lady Macbeth has gone crazy. She kills herself. The war against Macbeth starts. Macbeth isn’t worried because he knows that he cannot be killed of any man born a woman, until he finds out that Macduff wasn’t born naturally. He was ripped from his mother. Macduff kills Macbeth and Malcolm finally becomes

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