Act 3 Scene 3 Scene 4.

Characters: 1,2,3 murderer. And Banquo. Also Fleance. Later we see Fleance, 1st Murderer, Macbeth, Banquo’s ghost, Lady Macbeth, Rosse, Lenox, Lords, attendants.

Time: The day Banquo dies. That night.

Location: Road to the palace. Banquet room in palace.

Events: The Murderer’s talk to each other. They Kill Banquo, and Fleance escapes. After this, we see everyone but Macduff at the banquet. The murderer walks in and Macbeth gets up to talk to him and discover what happened to Banquo and Fleance. He isn’t happy that Fleance escaped. After this, Macbeth goes to sit dowwn and see’s the ghost of Banquo. Macbeth begins speaking to the ghost, which Lady Macbeth explains as fits that he has been experiencing his whole life. He agrees. The ghost then comes back and he starts talking to Banquo again. After Banquo leaves again, Lady Macbeth decides everyone should go to sleep as she is scared Macbeth might start talking about what he did. Macbeth has decided to find the 3 witches again, and kill Macduff.

Quote:”You make me strange even to the disposition that I owe, When now I think you can behold such sights, and keep the natural ruby red of your cheeks, when mine is blanched in fear.” A quote said by Macbeth. This was said in a way that would allow anyone else listening to think that he was talking about his fits, while it also allows Macbeth to talk to himself and wondering how everyone else is not scared right now from seeing the literal ghost of Banquo.

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