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									The Tragedy of Macbeth – Jeopardy Review
  Prepare yourselves for the
    Final Semester Exam!!
(1/7 of your semester grade)




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QUOTES       BACKGROUND   ACTS I AND II   ACTS III, IV,   The Character
                                            AND V          of Macbeth




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  200          200          200             200              200

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                  QUOTES Q
                  100 Points

       The speaker of “Will all great
   Neptune’s ocean wash this blood
             clean from my hand?” is
                  _________.
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               QUOTES A
               100 Points

             Who is Macbeth?




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             QUOTES Q
             200 Points


 The speaker of, “Turn, hell-
 hound, turn!” is____________.



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               QUOTES A
               200 Points


             Who is Macduff?




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                    QUOTES Q
                    300 Points


    ______________ said, “And you
             all know security is mortals’
                  chiefest enemy.”

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              QUOTES A
              300 Points

             Who is Hecate?




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                  QUOTES Q
                  400 Points


______________ claimed, “’Tis safer to be
that which we destroy/ Than by destruction
              dwell in doubtful joy.”


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                QUOTES A
                400 Points


             Who is Lady Macbeth?




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               QUOTES Q
               500 Points


  “Life is a tale / told by an idiot, full of
  sound and fury, / Signifying nothing.”




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              QUOTES A
              500 Points


             Who is Macbeth?




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             BACKGROUND Q
                100 Points

    Shakespeare wrote Macbeth in 1606
    as a tribute to what king of England
               at that time?


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             BACKGROUND A
                100 Points


              Who is James I?




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                  BACKGROUND Q
                     200 Points

    The theatre where Shakespeare and his troupe of actors
             performed his plays (four possible answers)




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                BACKGROUND A
                   200 Points
                   --Called the Globe Theatre

                      --A wooden structure

              --Theatre “in the round” where people

              sit almost all the way around the stage

             --No sets were used, only special effects

                     and elaborate costumes

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               BACKGROUND Q
                  300 Points
                     True/False?

 The English Renaissance marked a flood of
    literature as well as a change in people’s
             values, beliefs, and behavior.



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             BACKGROUND A
                300 Points


               What is true?




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               BACKGROUND Q
                  400 Points


             Shakespeare appealed to the
        Elizabethan people’s interests by
       including this (these) in his plays.


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                 BACKGROUND A
                    400 Points
                           What is:

 -portraying the country as stable only if the king is
                        good/virtuous?

             -showing that evil occurs in darkness?

              -including much blood and murder?

                   (any of these are correct)
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             BACKGROUND Q
                500 Points


     The play Macbeth was considered a
     thriller, a threat to an anointed king,
       and the perceived evil behind this
               historical event.

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             BACKGROUND A
                500 Points

  What is The Gunpowder Plot of 1605?
     (attempted assassination of James I)




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              ACTS I AND II Q
                 100 Points
  When King Duncan admits that he had been
  unable to recognize the treachery in the face
 of Cawdor (“He was a gentleman on whom I
built/An absolute trust”), his words reveal this
             important theme of the play.



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             ACTS I AND II A
               100 Points

What is his inability to distinguish “fair”
               from “foul”?




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                ACTS I AND II Q
                   200 Points
  The natural disturbances that continue
      all night—including the screaming
    and murderous owl, chimneys being
       blown down, and Duncan’s horses
             turning wild—symbolize this.
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             ACTS I AND II A
               200 Points

 What is nature’s reaction to the evil of
             the king’s murder?




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              ACTS I AND II Q
                 300 Points
    When Macduff speaks to Lady Macbeth
 about Duncan’s murder, he says, “O gentle
     lady,/’Tis not for you to hear what I can
      speak” the audience recognizes this as
             _________ (literary term).

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                ACTS I AND II A
                  300 Points

             What is dramatic irony?
   (The AUDIENCE knows Lady Macbeth took part in the
         murder, though MACDUFF does not know this.)




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             ACTS I AND II Q
                400 Points

As his guilt and sleeplessness take their
 toll on Macbeth, he admits to his wife
  that his mind is “full of” (this insect).



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             ACTS I AND II A
               400 Points


             What is “scorpions”?




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              ACTS I AND II Q
                 500 Points
What three paradoxes do the witches
         offer to Banquo?




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                 ACTS I AND II A
                   500 Points
             -- “Lesser than Macbeth, but greater.”

                -- “Not so happy, but happier.”

                   -- “Thou shalt get kings,

                    though thou be none.”



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             ACTS III, IV, AND V Q
                  100 Points

      This is what Malcolm and
             Macduff are doing in
                   England.

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              ACTS III, IV, AND V A
                   100 Points

         What is conspiring against
             Macbeth (with the help of
                 England’s King)?


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             ACTS III, IV, AND V Q
                  200 Points
 Macbeth goes back to the three witches and hears
 what three prophecies:

 a._____________________________,

 b. ____________________________,

 c. ____________________________.

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             ACTS III, IV, AND V A
                  200 Points
What are:

a. “Beware Macduff,”

b. “No man born of woman shall hurt him,”

c. “No man shall harm him until the woods move
      up the hill towards the castle.”

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             ACTS III, IV, AND V Q
                  300 Points

    The witches’ apparition showing the
    parade of eight kings (with a mirror)
     and Banquo represents _________?



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             ACTS III, IV, AND V A
                  300 Points


      What is that Banquo’s descendants
                  will be kings?




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             ACTS III, IV, AND V Q
                  400 Points

              When Malcolm states that
   “Macbeth/Is ripe for shaking, and the
              powr’s above/Put on their
    instruments,” he really means what?


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             ACTS III, IV, AND V A
                  400 Points

     What is that Macbeth is now
             vulnerable and can be
                   defeated?

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             ACTS III, IV, AND V Q
                  500 Points


              Macbeth is eventually killed
               ___(how)________, and
             ______(who)_____ is crowned

                     the next king.
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             ACTS III, IV, AND V A
                  500 Points
  What is he is decapitated by Macduff,
 and Malcolm is crowned the new King
                   of Scotland?




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              Character Macbeth Q
                   100 Points

              King Duncan rewards
             Macbeth’s valor on the
             battlefield with this title.

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             Character Macbeth A
                  100 Points
             What is Thane of Cawdor?




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             Character Macbeth Q
                  200 Points
   In his first soliloquy, Macbeth considers Duncan
         to be all EXCEPT which of the following:

             -a mighty warrior   -a virtuous king

             -a worthy kinsman -a welcome guest




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             Character Macbeth A
                  200 Points


             What is a mighty warrior?




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              Character Macbeth Q
                   300 Points

    Macbeth is not worried about
             Malcolm’s march toward
       Birnam/Dunsinane because
                   ________.
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             Character Macbeth A
                  300 Points


   What is because he is confident about
              the witches’ prophecy?




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             Character Macbeth Q
                  400 Points
    What event prompts Macbeth to say,
      “Out, out, brief candle!/Life’s but a
     walking shadow, a poor player/That
         struts and frets his hour upon the
       stage/And then is heard no more”?
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             Character Macbeth A
                  400 Points


        What is Lady Macbeth’s suicide?




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             Character Macbeth Q
                  500 Points


  What is Macbeth’s tragic flaw?




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             Character Macbeth A
                  500 Points
                What is ambition?




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   The Daily Double


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