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Act III, Scene 1

  1. In his soliloquy, what suspicion and hope does Banquo reveal
  2. Macbeth seems to be very interested in Banquo’s travel plans. Why do you suppose he is so interested?
  3. The speech beginning “To be thus is nothing…” is another one which is often quoted. What is the meaning of that sentence?
  4. What is there in Banquo’s character that makes Macbeth uneasy?
  5. What is there in the situation with Banquo that particularly upsets Macbeth?
  6. Although he has probably paid the murderers, how does Macbeth further motivate them?
  7. What does Macbeth tell them to do?
Asked on 08.06.2017 in English Literature.
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