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Act II Scene 3

Presented By: Ms. Maria Ceja, Mr. Fernando


Contreras, Mr. Gabe Valdovinos & Mr. Jaime Araujo

Gabriel valdovinos
The setting takes place at Macbeth’s Castle
Characters:
● Porter
● Macbeth
● Macduff
● Malcolm
● Lennox

Maria C.
Events
● The guards get drunk
● Lennox finds King Duncan’s Body
● The castle alarm was sounded by Macduff
● The guards are blamed for the murder
● Macbeth kills the guards
● Everyone decides to flee and split away
● Malcolm flees to England
● Donalbain flees to Ireland

Jaime
Events
● Everyone leaves in fear of the murderer still being there
● Malcolm flees to England
● Donalbain flees to Ireland
● Lady Macbeth is carried out because she is shook

Jaime
Foreshadowing and Quote
● Malcolm & Donalbain might get caught when trying to leave
the castle
● Lady Macbeth & Macbeth will eventually get caught for the
crime committed
● “It’s easy for a liar to pretend to feel sorrow when he
actually feels none.” This quote means that their is
someone pretending to be sorry when they were the one
that committed the crime.

Maria C.
Questions 1-3
1.Why do Donalbain and Malcolm leave Inverness?

2. What shocking news does Macduff deliver as he rushes into


the courtyard?

3. What event of the previous night do Lennox and Macbeth


discuss?
Why do Donalbain and Malcolm leave Inverness?
● They fear that the murder is still amongst them
● They don’t want to risk their lives by staying around
● Both want to separate that way they both won’t be targeted at once
● Malcolm flees to England
● Donalbain flees to Ireland

What shocking news does Macduff deliver as he rushes into the


courtyard?

● Macduff rushes into the courtyard to say that King Duncan is dead
● Macduff told Macbeth and Lennox to go see Duncan’s body
● The guards were drunk and had the King’s blood on their armor

Gabe Valdovinos :)
What event of the previous night do Lennox and Macbeth
discuss?
● Lennox and Macbeth discussed the event of the thunderstorm from the
previous night

What does Macbeth confess he did, out of rage?


Macbeth confess’s that he killed the guards out of rage
for the king.

Fernando contreras
Questions 5-7
4. What does Macbeth confess he did, out of rage?
Macbeth confess’s that he killed the guards out of rage
for the king.

5. Define Comic relief


A relief from the emotional tension especially of drama that
is provided by the position of a comic episode or element.
6. What does the Porter tease Macduff about?
Porter teases Macduff about his drinking and failure with
ladies.
7. Consider the porter's humorous comments on the types of
people who wind up at the gates of hell. How is Macbeth like
or unlike the sinner that the porter describes?
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Maria
How is Macbeth like or unlike the sinners that the porter describes?
Considering the porter’s humorous comments on the types of people who wind up
at the gates of hell, Macbeth is like the sinners because;

● He is lying and two-faced to King Duncan


● He is a killer

Macbeth is unlike the sinners because;

● He was still true to Duncan till the killing


● He didn’t hang himself

Jaime Araujo
“Created Question”
Why do the brothers leave their own
separate way?
They leave their separate way so that they
won’t be targeted and they think that the
murder is still among them.

Fernando Contreras