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Macbeth Summary Act I Scene 1 3 witches gather up and predict the war and that theyre meeting with Macbeth Scene 2 A wounded soldier tells the king about Macbeths bravery and the king says that Macbeth shall be the new Thane of Cawdor Scene 3 3 witches appear to Macbeth and Banquo They give each predictions about their future Scene 4 The king announces that his son Malcolm will be his successor And in honor to Macbeth invites himself and the court to visit Macbeths castle Scene 5 Lady Macbeth reads her husbands letter about the prophecies and when she is told that the king is coming to her castle for dinner she makes up her mind and plans to kill the king that night Scene 6 Occurs in a nice sunny day Lady Macbeth welcomes her guests and escorts the king to Macbeth Scene 7 Macbeth wants to back out of the plan but when lady Macbeth hears this she mocks her husbands fears After they talk Macbeth is committed in stabbing Duncan while he sleeps Act II Scene 1 Banquo and Macbeth agree in talking about their prophecies some day but Banquo says he wont talk about anything that isnt loyal When he leaves the room Macbeth hallucinates with a dagger floating in the air He then hears the signal to go kill Duncan Scene 2 Lady Macbeth shows she is very tense but when Macbeth enters the room with the daggers used to kill Duncan she tells him to go back Macbeth cant go back and talks about how he cannot pray anymore Lady Macbeth goes and puts the daggers in the guards hands Scene 3 The drunken porter relieves tension with comedy The kings body is found Scene 4 The kings sons who have escaped are accused for killing Duncan Macbeth is named king Macduff disagrees and leaves Act III Scene 1 Banquo suspects Macbeth killed the
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