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macbeth act 3 question - ..a wisdom that doth guide his...

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Dhaval Rana English III-HN February 10, 2009 Act III 1. In a way it is humorous, but in a black humor kind of way. He is thinking, oh why can't everyone just go away and leave me alone, why can't I get rid of my problems, even when they are killed they don't go away. Macbeth has become a helpless victim of his treachery and is now descending into madness right in front of everyone. This is evident even before the murder of Duncan, when he is stricken with conscience before the murder and then unable to sleep, eat or feel normal once he is crowned king. 2. Macbeth says he is afraid that Banquo suspects he had something to do with Duncan's murder because of Banquo's "royalty of nature" and because Banquo has ".
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Unformatted text preview: ..a wisdom that doth guide his valor. .. Macbeth goes on to say that he fears Banquo. Then Macbeth laments the Weird Sisters' prophecy that Banquo's descendants would become kings while they had no such prophecy for Macbeth, ""They hailed him father to a line of kings. / Upon my head they placed a fruitless crown. ..". Macbeth talks on about this for most of the rest of this soliloquy. (b) 3. As the story progresses Lady macbeth and Macbeth relationship change 4. When people commit evil crimes and succeed in doing so it may lead to them committing even more crimes that have evil intensions. Macbeth first killed King Duncan and was successful, which resulted in him killing Banquo as well....
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