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1An evil atmosphere is generated through thunder evil cackling repetition of evil chant and mention of macabre images such as finger of birth strangled baby and liver of blaspheming Jew2The armed head symbolizes Macbeths fait to be beheaded The bloody child represents Macduff who was born unnaturally The crowned king symbolizes Malcolm being there rightful owner of the crown3If we were to stage the scene it would be dim and mysterious and there would be mist on the ground To add to the evil atmosphere there would be wind and thunder sound effects Finally the cauldron would stand in the center of the stage4Banquas appearance as father of kings is not optimistic because it shows that his children would never become kings This suggests that Macbeth may not live to produce offspring 5Lennox knew how to find Macbeth because he followed him6Lennox is still in Scotland to spy on Macbeth for macduff7Macbeth plans to attack Macduffs castle and kill all his relatives Macbeths character has deteriorated because he no longer feels guilt or remorse when planning to kill He also kills without any purpose8Macbeth wants to carry out this plan to discontinue Macduffs blood1We agree with Ross about Macduffs leaving He is one of many who think Macbeth is a bad king and one of few who could do anything about it he therefore was obligated to stay alive2The messenger might be a conscious stricken murderer3Scene 3 is included to further tarnish our original impression of Macbeth Seeing this scene effects us more than if it were indirectly conveyed through conversation 1 In this scene we learned that there is phamine and disseas everywhere and Macbeth is blamed for it
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