He said that he saw the ghost of his dear friend Banquo, whom he killed, sitting at the table and he made a scene at the table with everyone around him so Lady Macbeth comes in and says he acts like this all the time you just have to excuse him. “My lord is often thus and hath been from his youth pray you, keep seat the fit is momentary” (3.4.5254) Banquo suspects Macbeth of the murder. The servants start questioning Macbeth of the murder of King Duncan. When Lady Macbeth sees that her husband is in trouble she pretends to faint in front of everyone, so that the attention is on her, and not on her husband. Macbeth hires two guys to go murder Banquo and his son Fleance survives.
When people find out that the king is murdered they accuse the guards. For this reason, Macbeth kills the guards because he is afraid that they would deny killing King Duncan. As Macbeth is crowned king, Banquo starts to suspect that Macbeth cheated to earn his title. When Macbeth knows that Banquo suspects him, he hires murderers to kill him and his son, Fleance. Not only was he terrified that Banquo would expose him, but he was afraid that Banquo’s line would all become kings in the future, as according to the witches’ prophecies.
He wants to solidify his power so he kills Banquo and attempts to kill Banquo's son Fleance, but fails. Macbeth starts to feel guilty and sees Banquo's ghost. Soon the witches appear again telling Macbeth to beware Macduff, no man born of a woman shall harm Macbeth, and fear not till Birnam Wood comes to Dunsanine. Macbeth follows the witches warning and kills Macduff's family, but Macduff is not around. He’s actually in England trying to convince Malcolm, Duncan's son, to return and kill Macbeth.
Making the green one red" is eloquently self-explanatory.He commits Duncan's murder to gain the crown, once he gain it, he has the murders of Banquo and the wife and children of Macduff committed for the preservatiom of his crown. But when Banquo's son (the would-be king) and Macduff escape, he gets horrified,realizing the importance of the prophecies of the witches. kc4u Teacher Doctorate Editor, Debater, Expert In act2 sc.2, we see Macbeth return from Duncan's chamber, after having done the 'deed'. He
Macbeth agrees, and betrays the king’s trust by plotting his murder. He and Lady Macbeth plan to blame the murder on the king’s two chamberlains. Another act of betrayal is when Macbeth hires a group of murderers to kill Banquo, Macbeth’s friend, and Banquo’s son. Macbeth was trusted by both the king and Banquo. However, the need and urge for power overcame his senses and he was disloyal to both of them.
Macbeth got an assassin to kill Banquo and his son. The murderer killed Banquo but in the process blew out a torch giving Fleance the opportunity to escape. Macbeth is informed about what happened and is infuriated. Macbeth goes to his guests and suddenly see Banquo’s ghost sitting in the chair which horrifies Macbeth. He starts to communicate with Banquo’s ghost who he can only see.
Banquo is more of a super ego because he tries to stop Macbeth before Banquo dies. Banquo and Fleance go riding to their castle when they get jumped by 3 murders that Macbeth hired to kill them. When they get jumped Banquo gets off and fights the murders. While doing this Banquo yells at Fleance to run, giving up his own life for his son. Banquo is interpersonal because Banquo lies right in Macbeths face when Macbeth invites him to the banquet.
Macbeth is Responsible In Williams Shakespeare’s play Macbeth, there are many acts in which Macbeth proves that he is responsible for his own death. Macbeth is a tragedy involving the murder of multiple characters. Macduff physically murdered Macbeth; though Macbeth is responsible through his own actions. Macbeth believes the witches prophecies, and caves when Lady Macbeth pressures him to murder King Duncan. His own human nature, paranoia and selfishness are what leads him to his death.
Once he finds out this is true he blinds himself and banned his self from civilization forever. He is the most tragic hero because fate was a main part of the tragedy. Oedipus rose to be king then fell to become a blind person who committed incest. Hamlet main goal was to avenge his father. Hamlet’s father’s ghost appears to Hamlet telling him what happened and to avenge him.
Instead , he murdered the king to take his place. Opting not to wait to see if Banquo would be loyal to him, Macbeth had his companion murdered. His impatience led Macbeth to listen to his wife, the witches , and his darker side. He again informed people what a good man was not. In the end, Macbeth did regain a shred of his previous distinction when he faced his adversaries like a true warrior.