1.08 Macbeth plot analysis pt 1
ACT in the play
What you need to know.
Background information is presented, main characters are introduced, and the conflict is established. ACT 1 First 2 scenes
The conflicts and challenges encountered by the characters.
How they respond keeps the story moving forward.
ACT 2, 3rd scene - Act 3, 3rd scene Climax:
The turning point in the conflict.
Tension builds until the main character must make a decision or take action that determines the direction of the story.
ACT 3, 3rd scene
The events that occur after the main character makes the key decision in the story.
ACT 3, 4th scene
The resolution is where all the questions are answered and loose ends are tied, providing a clear ending.
ACT 3 Last scenes
Why is it important to the story?
ACT 1, scene 3
Your children shall be kings.
I think that this is one of the most important scenes in the story because this i where
Macbeth gets that idea that he could be king.
That idea gives the plot of the story.
When Macbeth meets the weird sisters, and they tell him their prophecy.
When they find the body of King Duncan, and wake the village.
ACT 3, scene 4
Macbeth sends for Banquo and his son to be killed. They succeeded in killing Banquo, but
Macbeth then finds an unexpected guest in his chair… Banquo’s ghost.
You shall be king.
And Thane of Cawdor too; went it not so?
Ring the alarum bell:—murder and treason!
Banquo and Donalbain! Malcolm! awake!
Shake off this downy sleep, death's counterfeit, And look on death itself! up, up, and see
The great doom's image! Malcolm! Banquo!
As from your graves rise up, and walk like sprites To countenance this horror! royal master's murder'd! This is the Rising action of the play, the king is dead and they had to try and find who killed him. The whole story