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1Who accompanies Banquo at the opening of Act 2 What is his relation to Banquo Fleance is the one who accompanies Banquo He is his son 2What is Macbeths hallucination before he murders Duncan What does this mean Macbeths hallucination is a dagger which he wants to grasp but of course he cant and he realizes that he is seeing the dagger that he plans to use in the murder a dagger which beckons him toward King Duncans door and a dagger upon which appear thick drops of blood He understands that It is the bloody business which informs Thus to mine eyes 2148-49 but he is not horrified Rather he wants to be as deadly as that dagger 3What reason does Lady Macbeth give for not committing the murder herself Duncan looks like a father and that is why Lady Macbeth does not want to commit the murder herself 4Why do Duncans sons decide to leave Scotland They doubted something and by leaving Scotland theyll have a little additional safety because no one will be able to kill them both at once 5In Scene 2 why couldnt Macbeth say Amen when a voice said God Bless Us In Scene 2 Macbeth could not say Amen when a voice said God Bless US because it was part of his hallucinations 6The images of blood and water are interwoven in lines 55-68 of Scene 2 What does each suggest It is the blood on his hands that causes this horrible fascination and he feels that the blood can never be washed away Before his hands are clean they will make all the seas of the world turn red The water usually represents being free of something wiping away the guilt and bringing back innocence even though just metaphorically By washing his hands with water Macbeth thought he would erase the guilt that was behind it 7How do the difficult
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