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Assignment for Macbeth
1. Describe as specifically and concretely as possible the progression in the marriage relationship between Macbeth
and Lady Macbeth
. In answering, consider the intimacy existing between them in Acts I and II; the changes occurring in their relationship by the end of Act III; and their final state in regard to each other, in Act V.
2. The Porter, who appears in Act II, Scene iii, between the commission of the murder and its discovery, seems to speak about matters irrelevant to the rest of the play. Yet he actually addresses himself unknowingly (and from a different point of view) to the same things we have been concerned with all along. Describe six points of resemblance between any of the things he says and the main plot of Macbeth
3. Both Macduff and Macbeth
lose their wives in the course of the action. Compare their reactions to the loss: Macduff''s is given at the end of Act IV, Scene iii, when Ross tells him of the slaughter; and Macbeth
''s appears in the middle of Act V, Scene v, when Seyton tells him the news.
4. Explain the following points related to Lady Macbeth
''s sleepwalking, described in Act V, Scene i:
a. her need for a light near her bed;
b. her concern with washing her hands (in view of her earlier statements about the subject, in Act II, Scene ii);
c. her statement: "Who would have thought the old man to have had so much blood in him?"
d. the fact that she now speaks in prose, not poetry.
5. Contrast in specific terms the Macbeth
capable of uttering the speech beginning "Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow" (in the middle of Act V, Scene v) to the one who performs the actions enumerated in Act I, Scene ii.
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