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Macbeth Act II Quiz In Scene 1, Macbeth asks Banquo to meet him later for “some words.” What incentive does he offer Banquo? How does Banquo reply? answer Macbeth promises Banquo honor if Banquo will stand by him. Banquo agrees to support Macbeth if he can maintain his integrity. Describe the vision that Macbeth has at the end of Scene 1. What details foreshadow the action to come? answer Macbeth sees a bloody dagger in the air foreshadowing the murder of Duncan. In Scene 2, as Macbeth kills Duncan, what does Lady Macbeth hear? What does Macbeth hear? answer Lady Macbeth hears crickets and the screech of an owl. She also hears Macbeth yelling. Macbeth hears Malcolm and Donalbain cry out. He also hears a mysterious voice saying he has “murdered sleep.” Why, according to Lady Macbeth, was she unable to kill the king herself? Which tasks related to the murder does she perform? answer The sleeping Duncan resembled her father, which makes us wonder if she is capable of gentle feelings. She makes the plans, drugs the guards, lays the daggers ready for Macbeth, returns the daggers, and smears the guards with blood. In Scene 2, how does Macbeth respond to Lady Macbeth’s suggestion that he go wash the “filthy witness” from his hands? answer He says it will never wash off—it will stain all the waters of the world. In Scene 3, what is the porter pretending as he goes to open the gate? answer The drunken porter is pretending that he is the porter to Hell. Why has Macduff come to Macbeth’s castle? answer Macduff comes to wake the king and escort him along his journey. What reason does Macbeth give for killing Duncan’s guards? answer Macbeth says he did it out of love for Duncan—that he could not control his rage when he saw Duncan’s corpse. Where do Malcolm and Donalbain decide to go? answer Malcolm goes to England for safety. Donalbain goes to Ireland for safety. In Scene 4, whom does Macduff suspect of Duncan’s murder…maybe? answer Macduff says that Malcolm and Donalbain are apparently guilty. However, Macduff skips Macbeth’s coronation, maybe because he suspects him.
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