By shansen
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  • Three Witches

    Three Witches
    The three witches plan to meet again upon the heath. During an evening is when they will meet Macbeth. "Fair is foul, and Foul is fair.
    Hover through the fog and filthy air".
    (Act 1 Sc 1 ll. 10-11)
  • Noble Macbeth

    Noble Macbeth
    The sergeant describes Macbeth as a brave and determined soldier, for they have just came back from war. "For brave Macbeth- well he deserves that name-
    Disdaining Fortune, withhis brandished steel,
    Which smokes with bloody execution,...
    And fixed his head upon our battlements".
    (Act 1 Sc2 ll. 16-23)
  • Thane of Cawdor

    Thane of Cawdor
    King Duncan asks Ross to first kill the current Thane of Cawdor, and also to give the title to Macbeth. "No more that Thane of Cawdor shall deceive
    Our bosom interest: go pronounce his death,
    And with his former title greet Macbeth".
    (Act 1 Sc 2 ll. 63-65)
  • Witches titles for Macbeth

    Witches titles for Macbeth
    The three witches give Macbeth three titles:
    Thane of Glamis, Thane of Cawdor, and King hereafter "All hail. Macbeth! Hail to thee, Thane of Glamis!
    All hail. Macbeth! Hail to thee, Thane of Cawdor!
    All hail. Macbeth, that shalat be king hereafter"!
    (Act 1 Sc 3 ll. 48-50)
  • Macbeths scheme

    Macbeths scheme
    In order for Macbeth to fulfill all three titles that the witches gave him he still needs to become king. To do so he thinks that he will either have to go threw or around Malcom.
  • The King is coming

    The King is coming
    Lady Macbeth got a letter informing her that the King was coming to her palace. She has no time to prepare. In the mean time is also tring to help Macbeth scheme up an evil plot to kill Duncan.
    "Duncan comes here tonight".
    (Act 1 Sc 5 ll. 59)
  • Macbeth's Doubts

    Macbeth's Doubts
    Macbeth is having doubts about killing Duncan. Duncan trusts Macbeth as a kingsmen and a host. Also the murderer of the king will go to hell. Lady Macbeth is convincing Macbeth that it is the right thing to do and that he needs to become more evil to fulfill the plan.
  • Duncan is dead

    Duncan is dead
    Macbeth murdered Duncan in his sleep. Afer commiting the crim Macbeth feels very guilty. Macbeth also killed the gaurds that were around Duncan's room. Later Lady Macbeth goes back to hide the evidence.
    "O Banquo, Banquo! Our royal master's murdered".
    (Act 2 Sc 3 ll. 85-86)
  • Malcolm and Donalbain Flee

    Malcolm and Donalbain Flee
    Malcolm and Donalbain flee so they are not suspicioned of the murder. Also they feel that they will be safer elsewhere.
  • Macbeth and Banquo

    Macbeth and Banquo
    Macbeth is beinging to think that Banquo is suspicious about the kings death. Macbeth feels that Banquo knows to much. Macbeth hires two murders to kill his former friend in his command. Also in Banquo's prophecy the witches said he will father many kings. This is a threat to Macbeth's kinghood. So he wants Banquo dead.
  • Goodbye Banquo

    Goodbye Banquo
    The two murders along with a third kill Banquo, but his son Fleance escapes from death.
  • The Feast

    The Feast
    Lady Macbeth and Macbeth hold a feast for the first time as King and Queen. The First murderer appears at the doorway to tell Macbeth of Banquo's death and that Fleance has escaped. At the dinner table, Banquo's ghost appears to haunt Macbeth. While Macbeth is speaking to the ghost, Lady Macbeth makes excuses for him about his unnormal behavior. Macbeth is beginging to go insane at this point.
  • Macbeth's future

    Macbeth's future
    The witches give Macbeth three prophecies. First to beware of Macduff the Thane of Fife, Second to laugh at scornful things, no man born of woman shall harm him. Third, Macbeth will never be vanquished until Birnam wood comes to high Dunsinane Hill.
  • Macduff's murdering

    Macduff's murdering
    Macbeth feels threated my Macduff so he plans to kill him. When the murders go to Macduff's house they find that he had fled. He left behind his wife and children who the murders kill upon arrival. Macbeth is becoming very heartless at this point in the play.
  • Lady Macbeth is going insane

    Lady Macbeth is going insane
    Lady Macbeth is feeling guilt for all that she and Macbeth have done. She must have light with her all the time because she is afraid of the dark. She cannot seem to wash herself clean of the bloody mess that she has caused.
    " Here's the smell of the blood still. All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand".
    (Act 5 Sc 1 ll.49-50)
  • Revenge

    Macduff and Siward are leading an army against Macbeth for he is a murderer and a tyrant. Macbeth is not worried because of the witches prophecies.
  • So long Lady Macbeth

    So long Lady Macbeth
    A servant's scream is heard, and then Lady Macbeth is dead.
    Macbeth doesn't seem to care, barely affected. Life is no longer important to Macbeth.
  • The war cont.

    The war cont.
    Birnam Woods has come to Dunsinane, the third prophecy had failed Macbeth. Along with the first prophecy because Macduff is leading the army. The second and final prophecy fails also because Macduff was not technically born of woman, his mother had a C-section. The prophecies no longer protect Macbeth. Malcom kills Macbeth and becoms king.
  • The war

    The war
    Malcom orders the soldiers to cut down a tree from Birnam woods to cover themselves as they approach the castle. (Macbeth is beginging to get nervous about the upcoming fight) Macbeth is still confident about winning because of the safty that they castle will provide.