Test Questions on Macbeth

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Part Two
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Part three
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QUOTES
1. a) lady macbeth
b) in act 5 lady Macbeth is sleep walking and is talking in her sleep, she begins to confess to the crimes and dirty deeds she has done and she says things that she would not normally say in her aware state of conscious. c) it is lady macbeth's comment on her blood stained hands. she helped kill the king (duncan) now because of this murder she has blood on her hands. Now the blood has been washed away- no one can see it but herself. she becomes crazy thinking she sees all this blood- she spends her days washing her hands of the the blood that is not there but has stained her soul. V) a) Macbeth

b) Ok, in this scene Macbeth perceives that his end is near, he is not expecting to be glorified but in a certain way, to be scorned. c) Macbeth addresses Seyton to ventilate the burden of his heart as the English brigade led by Malcolm march towards the Dunsinane castle. The quoted lines betray Macbeth's sense of bitterness and disillusion.The battle ahead would be an either or event for him: either he would get a boosting by winning over his challengers or he would be thrown out of power. A sense of tragic desolation seems to have overtaken him. He resorts to the imagery of withering and degeneration(the sear, the yellow leaf) typical of late autumn as Macbeth imagines to have fallen into an autumnal i.e. terminal state of life. Since he has chosen to condemn himself, he would not be entitled to those natural things of life(honour, love, obedience, troops of friends) as expected by a man in his old age. On the contrary, Macbeth would be receiving deep curses from others, people only showing him an appearance of honour and respect. VI) a) Macduff

b) Macduff has recived the news of his loss, how Macbeth has had his family murdered. Macduff is in disbelief that this could be possible and is in shock c) Turning point in the play. This is a vital and important...
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