She has no part in Banquo or Lady Macduffs assassinations. For Banquo, besides being Macbeth's brave and courageous friend is an honorable man; Banquo will avenge the king's murder. Both of the men serve in King Duncan's army as loyal, brave generals. For Macbeth they predict: - he will become Thane of Glamis However he is already Thane ofGlamis at this point - he will become Thane of Cawdor Which he hears of soon aftermeeting the witches - He will become King Which he obtains from killing Duncan,framing the man-servants with his wife and ki … lling theman-servants. No character in any of Shakespeares plays undergoes such a radical change as that which transforms Lady Macbeth from a nearly superhuman character in the first act of.
Macbeth is one of Shakespeares darkest and most tragic works. Also, based on your students' level, you can specify other requirements, such as the inclusion of rhetorical devices and literary terms, or ask students to apply their critical-thinking skills. Macduff is a strong, selfless character whose first priority is the good of Scotland. While Macbeth is trying to keep people from finding out that he killed the king, he is parading around like he knows nothing about it and is hiding his guilt. And wakes it now, to look so green and pale At what it did so freely? Banquo does nothing Their biggest difference ends their friendship.
Ambitions in check led to Macduff's survival despite deep personal sorrow. Lady Macduff questions her husband's wisdom as she sees no reason for him to leave his family and home behind. They are both brave soldiers and both are highly regarded king's men. They both were practical about figuring out what needed to be done to get what they wanted. This murder, was inspired' by the witches. They believed when this happened God would catch up with them and the murderer would lose everything, be humiliated, and die a horrible death. Because the plays were performed indoors by artificial light, they could be done at any time or weather.
In Macbeth we quickly see the injustice of murder destroy the peace of Scotland. This difference in their attitude is seen in their encounter with the witches. After encountering three witches who foretell the future for him, he desperately wants to believe what they say since everything they told him is good on his part. What is it that makes one be deceptive. Later in the act, he worries that Macbeth may have committed the murder. But they otherwise were different.
Macduff came in calling names and swinging his sword about. He had been delivered by Caesarian section from a dead mother. Summary: Act I, scene ii At a military camp near Forres, King Duncan is asking a captain for news about the Scottish' battle with the Irish invaders. But soon Macbeth became a tyrannical villian. Banquo stands as a rebuke to Macbeth and tries to scold Macbeth for his mistake in killing the King of Scotland that he is so faithfully devoted to. Banquo is also rightfully suspicious of the witches. MacDuff and Banquo are very loyal to their King.
The face of the murdered Banquo after his body was found a mile from Castle Dunsinane. In Act 5 Scene 6, Macbeth was told by … a Messenger of the movement of Birnam Wood toward Dunsinane Castle. In addition, Macbeth may have been initially hesitant of the witches like Banquo, but by this moment, he not only fully embraced the predictions, he was willing to kill anyone who may stand in the way of them coming true. Additionally, Holinshed adds his own ideas about what these individuals were thinking. Specifically, Macbeth didn't compare at all well with Macduff. He is very smart, and likes to let his actions speak for his words, he doesn't talk too much. At this stage we clearly see the differences between Macbeth and Banquo.
Banquo has also heard these, but he had a different reaction. Macbeth enters, and tells his wife that. I would not weaken in the face of temptation. Macbeth is a very unique character, the thing that differentiates the most from the other characters is the amount of ambition he has. Use excerpts from the text to base your argument on. During the first couple acts his dependence on Lady Macbeth and her ability to motivate him was great.
The three witches stated that Macbeth would one day become king. He knows that he could only become king through wicked ways, yet he ignores his better judgement and puts his trust in the witches due to his great ambition. The first lines of the play are a condensed version of the unnaturalness of things to come. Banquo, on the other hand, still remains loyal to King Duncan and still fears the prediction made by the witches. In contrast, Macduff challenged Macbeth to a fair fight. Macbeth is already the thane of Glamis and Duncan is sending Ross and Angus to make him Thane of Cowdor at that time. To do that Lady Macbeth uses mainly two arguments.