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Scene OneMacbeth manipulates the two murderers in which he chronicled the wrongs Banquo had done to them in the past He asks if they are angry and manly enough to take revenge on BanquoHe mentions that it was Banquo who made their lives hell for so long and attempts to prove to them that he was innocent all along Know that it was he in the times past which held you so under fortune which you thought had been our innocent self 3179-81 In order to get the murderers to do their deed he lists how the two were deceived and comes up with a list of the things that were used against them and it was Banquo who was working against them Macbeth gives the two a new sense of judgment that it is impossible to forgive a man like Banquo in which Macbeth had described him Scene TwoMacbeths main reason for not telling Lady Macbeth of his plan is based on his view of the guilt and pain she will feel Lady Macbeth confesses that they have gained nothing and lost everything by killing Duncan Naughts had alls spent 324 Macbeth also admits to consuming feelings of guilt and fear He is aware that Lady Macbeth wants to think of other more pleasant things and she tells her husband to be happy and enjoy his feast Macbeth informs her that he has decided to kill Banquo and Fleance however when she asks for details he will not tell her more in order to save her from further guilt Be innocent of the knowledge dearest chuck 3247Scene ThreeI dont feel Banquo deserved his death because he was a loyal person to his country and to his friend Banquo was killed because he knew too much about the murder of Duncan this was not his fatal flaw Banquos fatal flaw was that although he knew that Macbeth killed Duncan he really did not do anything
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