Macbeth - William Shakespeare Response Journal: Act 3
After his first meeting with the weird sisters, Macbeth was worried that he would be forced to commit murder in order to gain the Scottish crown. Since then, he seems to have become accustomed to the idea, as the body count has rapidly grown. The first part of the witches' prophecy having already been realized, Macbeth fears that the second part may become true. He thinks that he must have his friend Banquo and his son eliminated in order to prevent such an occurrence. However, as Fleance's survival implies, there is no escape from the witches' prophecies.
In this act, Macbeth seems to hav…
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