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