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Macbeth questions Act 5 Eva Mejia #1. What is Malcolm’s plan (lines 6–9)? Malcolm’s plan in (lines 6–9) is “Let every soldier hew him down a bough / And bear ’t before him. Thereby we shall shadow / The numbers of our host and make discovery / Err in report of us”. Malcolm’s tell the soldiers t hew before them and to hide the numbers of host. #2. What does the audience learn about Macbeth’s situation in lines 11–18? What the audience learn about Macbeth’s situation in lines 11-18 is that many of the people that use to serve Macbeth have revolted against him. The ones that still serve him they do It against their ill. #3. In what ways is Macbeth’s reaction to the offstage cries he hears (Act 5.5, lines 9–17) different from his reaction to Duncan’s murder (Act 2.2 lines 65–76)? Macbeth reaction to the offstage he hears Act 5.5, lines 9-17 is that he is very scare and nervous he jumped at every noise.
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