Flashcards in act 2 macbeth Deck (67):
lights out; no starss
banquo is suspicious of macbeth so he cannot _____
go to sleep
what did duncan give lady macbeth
what did duncan give macbeth
a new castle
"I think not of them"
signal to kill Duncan =
ringing of bell
symbol of guilt
symbol of innocence
macbeth hallucinates and believes that he sees a
dagger with blood on it
what is the imaginative dagger doing
leading macbeth to duncan
what is a knell
"that which hath made them drunk hath made me bold"
another symbol of death and macbeth
what does stern'st good night mean
"stern'st good night"
"it was the owl that shrieked"
why couldn't lady macbeth kill duncan
he looked like her father
what is ironic about lady macbeth not killing duncan
she can't kill him but says she would kill her children
"This is a sorry sight"
blood on his hands
"I could not say "Amen!", When the did say "God bless us!""
why is macbeth upset after killing duncan
he was not able to say amen with the soldiers
"consider it not so deeply"
refers to ?
telling macbeth to not to consider about his actions of killing duncan
"These deeds must not be thought after these ways. So, it will make us mad"
what are gilds
"balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course"
metaphor to sleep
who recites three metaphors to sleep
sleep are symbols of
"Glamis hath murdered sleep, and therefor Cawdor / Shall sleep no more! Macbeth shall sleep no more!"
"Will all great Neptune's ocean wash this blood clean from my hand"
what does macbeth say will happen if he puts his red hand in a green ocean
the green ocean will turn red
"A little water clears us of this deed"
a purity image
"Wake duncan with thy knocking! I would thou couldst!"
macbeth _____ himself from nobility by killing duncan
comic relief scene
act 2 scene 3
the porter acts like he is guarding the gates of
how many scenes in this act
3 people who pass through the gates of hell
lawyer (equivocator)- doublespeaking
tailor- cheated people
everlasting bonfire represents
"is the king stirring, worthy thane"
who is it said to?
macduff to macbeth
pathetic fallacies to duncan's death
chimneys blown down
owl kills falcon
looks like night time but it is actually day
who finds duncan's body
lord's anointed temple =
"the lord's anointed temple and stole thence"
"o gentle lady"
macduff to lady macbeth
ironic because lady macbeth is not gentle
"There's nothing serious in mortality; all is but toys; renown and grace is dead"
reality- once he severed himself from nobility. he wont take life seriously anymore
who does macbeth kill and why
the two guards because he felt passionate for his love for duncan the sight of duncan's dead body
"Who can be wise, amazed, temp'rate, and furious, Loyal and neutral, in a moment?"
why does lady macbeth faint
could be faking, or could actually be shocked that she created a monster in macbeth as he has killed the two guards without a thought
who begins to take charge in the chaos and tells everyone to dress before meeting again
how do malcolm and donalbain split up
malcolm shall go to england
donalbain to ireland
"There's daggers in men's smiles"
apperanace v.s. reality quote of who stayed at Iverness and who killed duncan
"This murderous shaft that's shot Hath not yet lighted"
saying that we are next to die
how old is the old man
"a falcon, tow'ring in her pride of place, was by a rmousing owl hawked at and killed"
said by the old man
who is now the suspects of duncan's death
his sons because they fled
where duncan is buried
where is macduff's kingdom
where is the crowning of kings
who doesn't go to watch macbeth be kinged
"Lest our old robes sit easier than our new"
he doesn't think that macbeth will rule well
"That would make good of bad, and friends of foes!"
old man reversal quote
historical source used by shakespeare
a large imposing gate
macbeth killing the guards is a theme of
thought v.s. action