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Macbeth By: William Shakespeare Act IV (AP Questions) Act IV, scene I: 1. The witches’ speech patterns are longer and more drawn out with more of a spell feeling hidden behind them. Macbeth on the other hand is very short and to the point, a stark contrast to how he has been throughout the play. 2. He is creating a sense of fear in Macbeth’s voice that allows the reader to see that he is worried for the future and demands to know how to prevent it. 3. The first apparition is an armed soldier, and he warns Macbeth to fear Macduff. The second is a bloody child, and says that no child will harm Macbeth referring to Fleance. The final apparition is a child crowned with a tree in its hand, gives Macbeth a false sense of confidence and says it will be long before Macbeth dies. 4. Macbeth resolves that he will kill Macduff in order to secure his kingly status. 5. He asks whether or not Banquo’s son will reign over the kingdom, and the answer he gets is eight kings appear with Banquo pointing at them. The 8th has a mirror showing another
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