Macbeth - William Shakespeare Response Journal: Act 2
This act commences with the murder of King Duncan. It is in this act that the reader is first convinced of Macbeth's weakness, as contrasted by Lady Macbeth's strength. Whereas Macbeth feels remorse for his actions, and wishes that his king could once more wake, Lady Macbeth contemplates on how to place the guilt on someone else. The scenes portray the true feelings and intentions of the characters.
As a character, Banquo is a potential ally and enemy to Macbeth's scheming, because of his knowledge of the witches' prophecy. Macbeth appears to be suspicious of Banquo's intentions, and atte…
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