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Scene One (enter Witches) Witch 1 When shall we three meet again, In thunder, lightning, or in rain? Witch 2 When the hurlyburly’s done, When the battle's lost and won. Witch 3 That will be ere the set of sun. Witch 1 Where the place? Witch 2 Upon the heath. Witch 3 There to meet with Macbeth. Witch 1 I come, graymalkin! Witch 2 Paddock calls. Witch 3 Anon! ALL Fair is foul, and foul is fair: Hover through the fog and filthy air. Scene Two (enter Duncan, Malcolm, and Captain) Duncan Who is that bloody man? Malcolm (to the soldier) Tell the king what happened in the war.
Captain Macdonwald came on strong, but the fearless Macbeth was stronger, with his brandished steel, which smoked with bloody execution. He unseemed Macdonwald from the nave to the chaps, and put his head on a stake at the top of the tower. Duncan Wow, what a story! Captain And just when we thought they had admitted defeat, a fresh assault began by the order of the Norweyan Lord. This was of course fought bravely by Macbeth and Banquo, who showed no mercy. Duncan Bring them here! I would like to congratulate them myself. (enter Rosse) Rosse A tough battle as been fought between us and the Norweyan soldiers. Both sides have lost many, and they were even assisted by the most disloyal traitor, the Thane of Cawdor. I’m pleased to announce that victory fell upon us.
posters of the sea and land. hand in hand. but how of Cawdor? That seems just as impossible as being King. so all hail. thus do go about. to make up nine. Thou shalt get kings. tell me more! I know I’m Thane of Glamis. they do not look earthly. and thrice to mine. if you can. though thou be none. but I can’t tell because of your beards.Duncan Well done! I believe this title of Thane of Cawdor should only be presented to worthy Macbeth. Not so happy. and greater. about. Speak I charge you! Banquo All Witch 2: Witch 3 : Witch 1: Macbeth (Witches vanish) . I’ll see it done. tell him the news! Rosse Scene Three (enter witches) Witch 1 Where hast thou been sister? Witch 2 Killing Swine. Macbeth All Speak. hail to thee. Go. that shalt be King hereafter! Is this for real? You haven’t told me anything yet. so I will seek revenge. Thane of Glamis! All hail Macbeth. Peace! -. all hail! Stay. (enter Macbeth and Banquo) Macbeth So foul and fair a day I have not seen! Banquo So withered and so wild in their attire. (Witches cackle) Witch 3 A drum! A drum! Macbeth doth come. Thane of Cawdor! All hail Macbeth. hail to thee. Are you alive? Can you understand me? Is it safe to question you? You seem to be women. Witch 3 Sister. and I will listen with an open heart. All The weird sisters. Macbeth and Banquo! Banquo and Macbeth. as both titles are taken by men already. where thou? Witch 1 A sailor’s wife would not share her chestnuts. Speak to me. you imperfect speakers.the charm’s wound up. Hail! Hail! Hail! Lesser than Macbeth. yet much happier. and thrice again. thrice to shine. What are you? All hail Macbeth.
If only they had stayed! Banquo Was this real. and the best is yet to come.Banquo : Macbeth Where have they gone? Vanished into the air it seems. (to Macbeth) And from here. so we overthrew him as well. (to Banquo) You deserve just as much. Very gladly. Banquo: Macbeth Banquo: Scene Four (enter Malcolm and Duncan) Malcolm Duncan: The Thane of Cawdor has been executed in a most dignified manner. I don’t know how I’ll ever repay you. chance may crown me without my stir. (enter Macbeth. I must be leaving now to attend to my wife. Let’s go! (to Banquo) We shall speak about these matters at a later time. and is very pleased with your performance in the battle. Serving under you is the greatest reward in itself. So why do I have such an uneasy feeling about all of this? If chance will have me king. He sided with the Norweyans. (goes to Rosse) Macbeth (aside) What the witches have said can’t be bad. (aside) If what the witches said is true. Macbeth Duncan: Macbeth . or are we just high off the insane root? (enter Rosse) Rosse The king has gotten the news of your success. That is good to hear. so I hold thee dear to my heart as well. Rosse. but I have a feeling they won’t be good either. Banquo) Duncan: O worthiest cousin! You have earned much more than what I have presented you with. Banquo Can the devil speak true? Macbeth Rosse Macbeth But the Thane of Cawdor lives. He wishes to grant you the title of Thane of Cawdor! I am sent to give thee a most royal thank you from our royal master. Look how our partner’s rapt. so the prophecies must be true. Win us with honest trifles to betray’s in deepest consequence. we have named Malcolm the Prince of Cumberland. I did become Thane of Cawdor. we are waiting. Come Macbeth. (aside) Glamis and Thane of Cawdor. Sorry about that! I was thinking about things forgotten. (to Rosse) Thank you for your pains! (to Banquo) The prophecies are coming true! Don’t you hope your children shall be kings? Banquo The instruments of darkness tell us truths. noble Banquo.
You must be the innocent flower. with the deadly serpent beneath. Unsex me here. Macbeth Messenger L. so I can only assume the next is real as well. We cannot ever repay you for your gifts. (exits) Come. but I had only just found out. Stars. and it has happened. (enter Lady Macbeth) Look here. Your face is like an open book. I must get going now. Macbeth Duncan: L. Macbeth I met some witches today. Macbeth The King comes here tonight. that tend on mortal thoughts. you spirits. and leave the rest to me. They hailed me King as well. (enter Messenger) Messenger L. and I will show you to your room. You should have told me sooner so I could have prepared. your majesty. ending the life of Duncan. hide your fires! Let not light see my black and deep desires. Come this way. Macbeth Scene Six (enter Duncan and Banquo) Duncan: Banquo: What a wonderful day. I’m sorry. I can’t talk about this now. and fill me with cruelty. Macbeth Macbeth L. Macbeth My worthy Thane of Cawdor! I have read your letter. I have no doubt that what they say is real. and cannot begin to tell you how I feel. and even better castle. that have promised me more than I could have imagined. They told me I’d become Thane of Cawdor. The season has been good to us. you shall be my Queen. My dearest love. you have to hide your true emotions and let not others see what goes on in your mind. our honoured hostess arrives! We are so honoured to have you in our humble home. Just look innocent. Duncan comes here tonight. Macbeth L. Macbeth: Scene Seven . (enter Macbeth) L. L. Let me become the man that holds the knife. Let not my womanly traits stop me from carrying out a most foul deed. Where is the Thane of Cawdor? I look forward to staying with you both tonight.then I must get past Duncan and Malcolm in order to be king now. and with that. Scene Five (enter Lady Macbeth) L.
. Macbeth I don’t think too much of the witches. it is later father.Macbeth (Aside) If killing Duncan would be the end of the matter. I have no spur to prick the sides of my intent. And such a perfect ruler would surely be missed by everyone around him. then let it be done quickly. and his death will not solve anything. Macbeth Macbeth L. Banquo I have been having many nightmares of the three sisters. not initiating it myself. You have to be braver than before in order to be a true man. Nightmares have been plaguing me. Macbeth Macbeth L. Banquo Here. Duncan has only been kind to us of late. Enter Banquo. I can’t go any further with this business. Macbeth Macbeth L. Act 2 L. I have not been able to sleep at all. but only ambition that would better result in grief. Besides. I shall help you. you back away? If we should fail? Fail? That is not an option. Were you drunk when you told me about what the witches said? I just can’t go through with it. in these cases. son? Fleance The moon is down. the ingredients of our poisoned chalice is commended to our own lips. a court within the castle. While Duncan is asleep. You sound more like a man than a woman in this moment. take my sword. Now that an opportunity presents itself. If only angels could keep back the terrible thoughts that come to me when I sleep. I take it. but the time will soon come. Macbeth Macbeth Scene One The same. *Pause* Quick. False face must hide what the false heart doth know. It appears that some of the prophecies have come true for you. and Fleance with a torch before him. hand me my sword! (enter Macbeth and Servant with torch) (To Macbeth) Who goes there? Macbeth A friend. I don’t know the time. But. Do you think we can truly pin the murder on his own guards? Well. Macbeth Macbeth L. I should be protecting him from the murderer. Banquo I am loyal to the king and as long as you are not treasonous. you will be free to carry out the deed. Banquo How goes the night. Then. I am his host. I will lure his guards in and get them drunk. (enter Lady Macbeth) How now! What news? Duncan is almost done with dinner. why not? I guess that’ll work.
I will do it myself. for it is the knell that summons thee to heaven or to hell. Give me the daggers. clean yourself and let’s go back to the chambers. I would have done it. (Knock) Who’s there? A liar who couldn’t lie his way to heaven. This place is too cold for hell. Macbeth (enter Macbeth) Macbeth L. it is not done. I had it all set up for him. in the name of the devil? A farmer who hanged himself. knock. Macbeth I have drugged the guards and left them unconscious. come in. Macbeth My hands are covered in blood too. only those who deserve sleep shall receive it. Did not you speak? After this heinous act. I shouldn’t think like this. Macbeth Macbeth L. (Knocking). go wash the blood from your hands. Knock. I go. Who’s there. didst thou not hear a noise? I heard the owls scream and the crickets cry. now he is here to get what he deserves. (Knock) Here’s an English tailor who has been stealing from French brothels. I will not go back. I shall never be able to sleep again. Macbeth (exit Lady Macbeth) (Knocking within) Macbeth Where is the knocking coming from. Hear it not Duncan. Macbeth Macbeth I have done the deed. I am too afraid to see what I have done. I would. It is nature’s choice whether they live or die. If he didn’t look so much like my father. Go put the daggers on the servants and cover them in blood. Macbeth L. L. why does every little noise scare me? (re-enter Lady Macbeth) L. but I do.Macbeth Have a good night. I will be a devil porter no . Scene Two L. (Banquo responds) Exeunt Banquo. Macbeth Scene Three Enter Porter Porter It is as if I am the porter to the gates of Hell. and it is done: the bell invites me. Who’s there? Alack! They have woken up. If I could undo this deed. Fleance and Servant Macbeth Is this a dagger which I see before me? This knife makes me want to kill. (Knock) Quick. Consider it not so harshly.
Malcolm. Macbeth (enter Banquo) Macduff O Banquo. In conclusion. (enter Lady Macbeth) L. enter Macduff and Lenox) Macduff Porter T’is late. What is wrong. (re-enter Macduff) Macduff Macbeth Macduff Lenox Macduff I cannot begin to describe the horror. it puts him to sleep or gives him passionate dreams he cannot fulfill. there were bad omens in the air. sleep and urine. (Knock) I am coming! Don’t forget to tip! (Opens the gate. The night was unruly. worthy thane? Not yet He told me to wake him up early today. I’ll take you to him. here he comes. Is your master awake? (enter Macbeth) Our knocking has awakened him. sets him on but takes him off.further. What is the matter? Most sacrilegious murder hath broken ope the lord’s anointed temple! Do you mean the king? Ring the alarm and wake everybody up! (exit Macbeth and Lenox) Murder and treason! Banquo. Has the king awoke. I have let many people into the everlasting bonfire. why are you still awake? I was partying until 3AM and alcohol is a great provoker of three things: drunkenness. why is the alarm sounded? Banquo Tell me it is not so! (enter Malcolm and Donalbain) Donalbain O what is the matter? . wake up and witness death itself. Macduff Lenox Macbeth Macduff Macbeth Macduff Macbeth (exit Macduff) Lenox Good morning noble sir. Banquo our royal master is murdered. It provokes and unprovokes. Good morning. Donalbain.
there is danger everywhere. Alas. Last Tuesday. how are you sir? Why. (To Malcolm) This place is not safe.Macduff Donalbain Lenox Macbeth Your father has been killed! O by whom?! His servants apparently. Who can watch the death of a friend and not be angry? L. We will both be safe if we are separated. And Duncan’s horses turned wild in nature and ate each other after breaking out of their stalls. (To Donalbain) The power of our sadness is stronger than they think. Where is Duncan’s body. Let’s briefly put on manly readiness and meet in the hall together. There is no safety here. (enter Rosse and an Old Man) Old Man Rosse This is the worst night I have seen in 70 years. ho! (To Donalbain) They may think we have committed the murder. Good father. Scene Four Outside the Castle. you see the sky as though disturbed by the deeds of men. Macbeth Malcolm Donalbain Malcolm Help me hence. (exit all but Malcolm and Donalbain) Malcolm Donalbain Where are you off to? We cannot trust anyone here. I will escape to Ireland. what could they hope to gain from it? Malcolm and Donalbain have fled. see you not? Those that Macbeth have slain. All Macbeth And so will I. troubling the earth. Banquo Look to the lady! (Lady Macbeth is carried away) I will fight anyone who dares commit treason because I am under the protection of god. Old Man (enter Macduff) Rosse Macduff Rosse Macduff Rosse Here comes Macduff. this puts the suspicion of the deed on them. they carried daggers and were covered in blood. . These nights have been unnatural. I killed them to take out my anger on them. I will go to England. I saw a falcon being eaten by an owl.
and put a barren sceptre in my gripe. Macbeth: Here’s our chief guest Lady Macbeth: if you weren’t here. Macbeth: I’ll try. Macbeth: Our bloody cousins have fled to England and Ireland. Act 3 Scene 1 Banquo: You’re king. Macbeth: Don’t miss our feast. Don’t forget Fleance. . Banquo: I won’t. No. maybe my predictions will come true as well? Ah…! Nevermind. I am. Glamis. for you. thence to be wrenched with an unlineal hand. Lady Macbeth: You must man up. Macbeth: Kill him tonight. but the witches also said. 1st Murderer: Yes we found Banquo’s ill deeds thanks to you. I’ll be with you shortly. It has been taken to Colme-Kill and buried. Macbeth: I have done horrible deeds and the guilt building up inside me makes me feel uneasy and unable to sleep. Mark Antony’s was by Ceaser. but it can wait until tomorrow. yesterday? 1st Murderer: Yes your highness. As it is said.Macduff Rosse Macduff Old Man Exuent all. everything. Keep Banquo in your prayers. If the witches’ predictions are coming true. for them the gracious Duncan have I murdered. Look happier. no son of mine succeeding. they hailed him father to a line of kings. Macbeth: We need your good advice. Cawdor. (To the Lords) Enjoy the feast as you please. Macbeth: Are you going for a ride this afternoon? Banquo: Yes my Lord. then. How far are you riding? Banquo: I’ll be gone till supper time. Macbeth: I wish you a safe journey. And bade them speak to him. Upon my head they placed a fruitless crown. for Banquo’s issue have I filed my mind. Are you going to Scone. I am going to Fife. Macbeth: Then I leave Banquo in your hands. He chid the sisters when they put the name of king upon me. this feast would have been wasted Macbeth: (to Banquo) we have a formal dinner tonight and you are the guest of honour! Banquo: I will forever be loyal to you. If’t be so. 2nd Murderer: We shall perform your commands… 1st Murderer: With our lives. not confessing to the murder of their father. (pause) is Fleance going with you? Banquo: Yes. Macbeth: Have you made your decision after discovering how Banquo has cheated you? Our target is the same. Macbeth: Bring them before me. he was a good man. (To the attendant) Are those men waiting for me? Attendant: Yes my Lord they are at the palace gate. we are men we will do something. Exit Murderers Scene 2 Enter Lady Macbeth Lady Macbeth: Why are you alone on the night of a feast? The guests are waiting. your descendants won’t inherit your royalty. Goodbye! May god be with you. To your horse now. Macbeth: Do you think we could let this go? 1st Murderer: No. prophet-like. Who’s there? Re-enter Attendant and two murderers Did we not speak together. Don’t let our guests see your displeasure and guilt. it is time for us to go. just as the witches foretold. Exit Attendant My genius is rebuked. but I fear you did something evil in order to get where you are.
'tis time. 2nd Murderer: Why does he need to come? He can trust us. Lady Macbeth: But they won’t be alive forever. Banquo and Fleance will be walking more directly. RAVI CONTINUE TYPING THE SCRIPT HERE Act 4 A cave. ALL Double. Banquo. Enter the three WITCHES. 1st Murderer: Let’s go. 1st Murderer: Get ready. 1st Murderer strikes out light. with a road leading to the palace 1st Murderer: Who is coming with us? 3rd Murderer: Macbeth." First Witch Round about the cauldron go. You will be pleased with it though. Macbeth: My mind is poisoned. like everyone else who walks from the palace gate. Second Witch Thrice and once the hedge-pig whined. In the poison'd entrails throw. Banquo: (Within) give us some light! 2nd Murderer: It is he whom we wait for. Fire burn. Lords: Thank you. 3rd Murderer: Who took the light out? 1st Murderer: Was it not the right thing to do. 1st Murderer: It is soon time for our target to arrive. Other murderers assault Banquo. 3rd Murderer: He usually walks a mile. something bad is going to happen. . Banquo: (To Fleance) It will rain tonight. double toil and trouble. your majesty.Lady Macbeth: Stop this nonsense. sit down and welcome everyone. that under cold stone Days and nights has thirty-one Swelter'd venom sleeping got. Macbeth: Knowing they can be defeated. Toad. the son fled. Enter Banquo and Fleance with a torch 2nd Murderer: I see a light. Lady Macbeth: What is going to happen? Macbeth: Don’t worry about it. somewhere in Scotland Thunder. Banquo and Fleance are still alive. Third Witch Harpier cries "'Tis time. best tell Macbeth how much is done. Macbeth: You know your own ranks. and cauldron bubble. Scene 4 Banquet prepared in a room in palace. 1st Murderer: Let it rain. 3rd Murderer: It ‘s him. 3rd Murderer: There is one down. First Witch Thrice the brinded cat hath mew'd. Banquo dies. 1st Murderer: His horses are going a long way around. good Fleance! Fly! Fly! Fly! Thou must revenge. Banquo: Oh treachery! Fly. Boil thou first in the charmed pot. Fleance escapes. 2nd Murderer: We have lost half of our affair. Scene 3 A park. 3rd Murderer: Listen I hear horses.
MACBETH What the heck are you doing? ALL A deed without a name. However. locks. Whoever knocks! Enter MACBETH. Third Witch We'll answer.] Open. Thyself and office deftly show! Thunder. Dismiss me. He descends MACBETH Whatever you may be. First Apparition Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth! beware Macduff.Second Witch Cool it with a baboon's blood. Second Apparition Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth! . Something wicked this way comes. grease that's sweaten From the murderer's gibbet throw Into the flame. ALL Come. Third Witch By the pricking of my thumbs. First Witch Say. Then the charm is firm and good. but say thou nought. SECOND APPARITION. But I’m wonderingFirst Witch He will not be commanded. Beware the thane of Fife. MACBETH So tell me… First Witch He knows thy thought: Hear his speech. thanks for the warning. MACBETH There’s strange thing happening. Enough. Or from our masters? MACBETH I’d hear it from them. that hath eaten Her nine farrow. if thou'dst rather hear it from our mouths. First Witch Pour in sow's blood. a bloody Child. high or low. First Witch Speak. FIRST APPARITION. Second Witch Demand. I need answers. it’s only telling me what I already know. Thunder. an armed Head. More potent than the first. [Knocking. Here's another.
so depart! Eight kings appear one by one. THIRD APPARITION. with a tree in his hand. or where conspirers are: Macbeth shall never vanquish'd be until Great Birnam wood to high Dunsinane hill Shall come against him. and grieve his heart. Thunder. bold. and resolute. The second one’s hair looks like the first. That this great king may kindly say. will Banquo’s son ever be king? ALL Seek to know no more. will his line never end? An eighth1 I see it now. Descends MACBETH Fine. smiling and pointing at them MACBETH You appear much like Banquo. While you perform your antic round. The Witches skip and dance off stage MACBETH Where did they go? Let this cursed day be forever marked in the calendar.] Is it so? First Witch Ay. The from crown on your head sears my eyes. . MACBETH I must know. cheer we up his sprites. proud. [Apparitions vanish. sisters. But why Stands Macbeth thus amazedly? Come. Descend MACBETH Ha! Who can move the forest? I’ll be king forever! However. laugh to scorn The power of man. for none of woman born Shall harm Macbeth. However. And show the best of our delights: I'll charm the air to give a sound. sir. What’s this? Third Apparition Be lion-mettled. Why is that cauldron sinking? What’s this noise? Screaming First Witch Show! Second Witch Show! Third Witch Show! ALL Show his eyes. BANQUO appears in the end. and take no care Who chafes. I worry about one thing. Tell me this or I’ll curse you for all eternity. Banquo points to these kings as his. all this is so.Be bloody. Our duties did his welcome pay. Come like shadows. a Child crowned. handing the crown down. who frets. Macduff. you may live. The third one looks like the second. What. just to make sure I’ll kill you and your family.
The situation can only get better from here. LADY MACDUFF . how will you do for a husband. I can just buy 20 at any market SON Then you'll just buy them to sell them again. I must leave now. It may the best option for him to leave the country. be reasonable. that he needed to leave the country? ROSSE You must have patience. mother? They're not there to catch common birds. LADY MACDUFF Feeding on worms and flies? SON With what I can. LADY MACDUFF Why. LADY MACDUFF You speak with so much wit. I’ll do it before I have time to regret it. two men bring news that Macduff has fled to England. He loves us no longer ROSSE Please. her son. madam LADY MACDUFF He sure wasn't. MACBETH[Aside] From this instant. judicious.[Knocking] Come in! Enter LENNOX. your father is dead. What are you going to do? SON Like birds. every thought of mine I will act upon. I will kill Macduff’s family in his castle. He must have been crazy to leave his family and estate behind ROSSE You don't know what happened LADY MACDUFF Sure I do. he is dead. but I'll be back. LADY MACDUFF Then won't you fear traps? SON Why would I. LADY MACDUFF (to her son) Kid. mother. LADY MACDUFF Yes. but that's enough SON Was my father a traitor. My father is not dead. To Lennox Bring me to these men Scene two Fife a room in Macduff's castle Enter LADY MACDUFF. I know your husband to be a noble. ROSSE LADY MACDUFF What had he done. mother. what will you do for a father? SON No. The country is in a mess. I mean. Goodbye. Lennox My lord. just like them. and knowledgeable man. despite what you're saying.
MACDUFF Even in hell. and poor. the honest men SON Then wouldn't the swearers and liars hang all of the honest men? LADY MACDUFF God help you! MESSENGER enters MESSENGER Madam! there is danger approaching! I advise you to leave this place immediately. MALCOLM I admit he is guilty of every sin that has a name. My desire would overpower . in no place as cursed as where you may find him. I only come to seek your help in fighting against Macbeth. your old women. crying "Murder!" and pursued by MURDERERS Scene 3 MALCOLM Let us find a place where we can talk in private and cry our hearts out MACDUFF Instead of crying. I go now. you villain! MURDERER What. why don’t we defend our homeland like noble men MALCOLM I will avenge what I believe is wrong. you egg! Stabbing him Son of the traitor! SON He has killed me. Your wives. mother: flee! Exit LADY MACDUFF. I know I have so many vices that when people see all of them exposed. I’m talking about myself. an easy sacrifice for an angry god like Macbeth MACDUFF I am not treacherous. and your young maids together could not satisfy my lust. he is one that swears and lies. there isn’t a devil worse than Macbeth. but there is no end to my sexual desires. MALCOLM But there is not a point in me killing Macbeth as the next king will be even worse. MURDERER He's a traitor SON You lie. maybe you are trying to sell me out to Macbeth? I am such a young boy. Exit LADY MACDUFF Where would I run? What have I done anyways? Enter MURDERERS MURDERER Where is your husband? LADY MACDUFF I hope. evil Macbeth will seem as pure as snow in comparison. SON Who would hang them? LADY MACDUFF Why.Indeed he was. your daughters. All traitors must be hanged SON All of them that swear and lie? LADY MACDUFF Yes all of them.
let’s go see King Edward. your castle was attacked. your hope is dead! MALCOLM Macduff. and if he escapes. What is the most recent news? ROSS Many people back in Scotland are beginning a rebellion against Macbeth and now is the time when we need your help. MACDUFF Fit to be king? You’re not fit to live! Good-bye. I will join you in the battle against Macbeth. Transform your grief into anger. Now we will fight Macbeth together. let them loose as rage. The person who I really am is ready to serve you and our poor country. may heaven forgive him as well! MALCOLM Come on. Let this anger sharpen your sword. Let’s cure this awful grief by taking revenge on Macbeth. The more I had. MALCOLM Take comfort. has removed my doubts about you and made me realize that you really are trustworthy and honorable. . which proves your integrity. this passionate outburst. A new day will come at last. welcome hither. The evils you have described inside yourself have driven me out of Scotland forever. Oh my heart. Don’t block the feelings in your heart. Put him within the reach of my sword. MALCOLM Let them be comforted as I returning to Scotland ROSS I wish I could repay this happy news with good news. MACDUFF Bring me face to face with Macbeth. All we have to do now is say goodbye to the king. The army is ready. the greedier I would grow.all restraints and anyone who stood in my way. that devil of Scotland. and may the chances of our success be as great as the justice of our cause! Ross Enters MACDUFF Who is coming over here? Oh. my ever-gentle cousin. but unfortunately I have some terrible news for your Macduff. And also is my greed. Your presence in Scotland would inspire people to fight. I would steal the nobles' lands. It would be better for Macbeth to rule than someone like me. taking jewels from one guy and houses from another. Your wife and children were savagely slaughtered.
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