Macbeth Study Guide Act III

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Pham 1 Stephanie Pham H. Wilson IB English August 24, 2009 Macbeth  Study Guide Act III Scene 1: 31.  In his speech, Banquo’s feelings toward Macbeth have certainly changed. He  suspects Macbeth of obtaining the throne through foul and unhonorable means, and  that makes him less of a person in Banquo’s eyes. Also, since the witches were correct  about the prophecy pertaining to Macbeth, he hopes that the prophecy concerning him  will also be true, which is that his heirs will also become king. 32. Macbeth’s true feelings toward Banquo are that of fear and suspicion, because  Banquo’s motivations and action are driven by honor. Macbeth feels like Banquo is  much too smart and is a liability. In addition, Macbeth is worried because of the  prophecy that the witches foretold concerning Banquo and his lineage taking the throne,  which means that Macbeth’s heir will not be king, and his family’s reign will end. 
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