Characters Who Said This? The Murder of King Duncan Motifs/Paradoxes Key Facts

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Who is Lady Macbeth?
She was Macbeth's lady.

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Who is Lady Macbeth?
Out, damned spot!

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What is Macbeth's castle?
Act II takes place here.

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What is fair?
Fair is foul, and foul is this.

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What is a play?
Macbeth is this type of literature work.

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Who is Banquo?
He was Macbeth's friend until he was murdered by two murderers.

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Who is Lady Macbeth?
When you durst do it, then you were a man

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Who is Macbeth?
This man is fearful of divine punishment because he can't say "amen."

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What is serpent?
Look like the innocent flower, But be the what under ’t.

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What is a tragedy?
Macbeth is this kind of literature genre.

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Who is King Duncan?
He was a good and gracious king.

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Who is Macbeth?
Let a false face hide what a false heart doth know

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Who is Lady Macbeth?
She fears that the bloody daggers will reveal who killed the King and replaces them in the room.

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What is blood?
Come, you spirits That tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here, And fill me from the crown to the toe top-full Of direst cruelty! make thick my this.

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What is The Tragedy of Macbeth?
The full title of Macbeth.

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Who is the witches?
In Act I, the most influence exerted on the action of the play thus far is by...

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Who is the witch?
By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes.

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Who is Macbeth?
Duncan's guards are murdered by this man.

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What is trouble?
Double, double, toil and this; Fire, burn, and cauldron bubble.

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What is The Middle Ages?
The setting (time) of Macbeth.

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Who is Malcolm?
In Act I, the king names this person as the next king to rule Scotland.

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Who is Macduff?
Such welcome and unwelcome things at once' Tis hard to reconcile.

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What is Scotland?
After the murder, Malcolm and Donalbain flee to this country because they fear they will be killed.

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What is unchecked ambition?
Macbeth's tragic flaw.

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Who is William Shakespeare?
The author of Macbeth.

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