Key Quotes In Macbeth Act 3 Scene 2. Elsewhere in the castle, lady macbeth expresses despair and sends a servant to fetch her husband. Macduff, a noble man asks macbeth wether the king is awake at macbeth’s castle.
2 (388 words) / published: Vaulting ambition refers to macbeth’s ambition, and how it is out of control as he becomes consumed by his greed of power. Key quotes and explanation in act 1, scene 2 quote #1.
Macbeth Hints To Lady Macbeth That He Has Made Plans For Some Significant Action But Refuses To Give Her Any Details.
Why does macbeth think the witches want to help him? The macbeth quote whats done is done from act iii scene ii is said by lady macbeth to her husband. King that shalt be / lady macbeth:
It Should Not Stand In Thy Posterity,/But That Myself Should Be The Root And Father/Of Many Kings.”.
Macbeth returns fearful that he has been heard. So, it will make us mad why, worthy thane. .you do unbend your noble. Lady macbeth is furious as macbeth has held onto
Lady Macbeth Waits Nervously For Her Husband, She Is Drunk, And Is Scared He Has Not Killed Duncan 2.
.(lady macbeth) a foolish thought, to say a sorry sight these deeds must not be. .thought after these ways; 2 (388 words) / published: Macbeth (act 3 scene 2) “blood will have blood.” macbeth (act 3 scene 4) “it will have blood, they say:
Then, When She Greets Him, She Quotes The Witches Correctly.
They are the snakes hiding behind the innocent flower. everything they do now must protect their secret. Macduff telling lady macbeth that he cannot tell her what happened as it is too horrible for a women to hear. Banquo says that macbeth now has all he desired, like the weird sisters promised, but banquo suspects macbeth of foul play in achieving these goals (killing duncan, having malcolm and donalbian blamed, etc.)
“As The Weird Women Promised:
This helps take the guilt away from macbeth and lady macbeth.themes/motifs: Macbeth enters and tells his wife that he too is discontented, saying that his mind is “full of scorpions” (3.2.37). In act iii, scene 2 of macbeth, lady macbeth is worried about king macbeth's obsession with making sure he remains king.