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Macbeth (Summary and Commentary on Act III Scenes IV-VI)
These scenes basically deal with disorder and chaos. Macbeth is slipping away from his ordered life as he is tormented thoughts of his victims. He hallucinates and behaves strangely in front of the lords of the state. Even the state has begun losing faith in him and seeks to overthrow him to regain order.
In scene IV, the Lords, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are assembled in the palace banqueting hall. A murderer enters and informs Macbeth that Banquo has been killed but Fleance has escaped. This disturbs Macbeth for he knows that though Fleance may simply be a harmless 'worm' he will later gro…
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