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English Study

Banquo
I came to the banquet as a ghost

Macduff
I was the man “not born of a women”

Malcolm
I tested Macduff’s loyalty to Scotland

Duncan
I was murdered for my throne

Doctor
I told Macbeth that I could not cure his wife’s sickness

Lady Macbeth
I prayed to the spirits of evil to unsex me and fill me with cruelty

Lady Macduff
II complained that my husband left me in danger when he went to England

Fleance
I was to be murdered along with Banquo but I escaped

Porter
I was the drunken castle doorkeeper

Macbeth
I died at the hands of Macduff

Ross
I delivered good news to MAcbeth but bad news to Macduff and Siward

“Is this a dagger which I see before me, The handle toward my hand?”
Macbeth

“My hands are of your colour, but I shame to wear a heart so white”
Lady Macbeth

“Knock, Knock, Knock! Who’s there?”
Porter

“Where we are, There’s daggers in men’s smiles…”
Donalbain

“Approach the chamber, and destroy your sight With a new Gorgon.”
Macduff

“Thou hast it now…and I fear Thou play’dst most foully for ‘t”
Banquo

“Things without all remedy Should be without regard. What’s done is done.”
Lady Macbeth

“It will have blood, they say; blood will have blood”
Macbeth

“Some holy angel Fly to the court of England and unfold His message ere he come…”
Lennox

“Most royal sir, Fleance is scap’d”
Murderer

The turning point of a play is called the…
climax

The part of the play which identifies the time, place, and main characters in the…
exposition

According to Freytag, the climax of a Shakespearean tragedy would usually occur in…
Act III

A speech given by one actor alone on the stage is called…
a soliloquy

Which of the following scenes in the play is an example of comic relief?
a) the murder of Duncan
b) the porter scene
c) the sleepwalking scene
d) the three apparitions
b) the porter scene

“I am settled and bend up Each corporal agent to this terrible feat. Away, and mock the time with fairest show: False face must hide what the false heart doth know.”
I am determined to do this deed. To deceive men you must put on a good show of sincerity.

Lady Macbeth eagerly welcomes Duncan to her castle because
she wants it to look as if nothing is wrong and they love Duncan

Lady Macbeth does not kill Duncan because
he reminds her of her own father

Macbeth’s belief that he saw the ghost of Banquo is a result of
his guilt, paranoia, and conscience

The witch’s tale of the sailor indicates that the weird sisters are
mailcious

King Duncan decides to make Macbeth Thane of Cawdor because
Macbeth fought heroically for him

When Macbeth receives his new title, Banquo reacts with
joy

After reading the letter from her husband, Lady Macbeth calls upon the spirits to “Make thick my blood,/ Stop up th’ access and passage to remorse.” She is asking
to be made insensitive to the cruelty she is planning

Which of the following quotations from Act I is the best example of paradox?
“Lesser than Macbeth, and greater.”

Near the end of Act I, Macbeth expresses doubt about the murdering the king because
MAcbeth is the king’s subject and host

The play’s first act includes all of the following events EXCEPT
a coldblooded murder

The majority of Macbeth is written in blank verse, which is
unrhymed iambic pentameter

Why is blank verse particularly effective for drama?
Its rhymes help emphasize dramatic emotions

What is Macbeth’s tragic flaw?
his lust for power

All of the following are elements of a tragedy EXCEPT
frequent messages from the gods

praises Macbeth and expresses a desire to visit Inverness
the king

worries about the consequences of his actions
Macbeth

doubts Macbeth’s determination to kill the King
Lady Macbeth

accompanies Macbeth in his encounter with the Witches
Banquo

tells the King about Macbeth’s and Banquo’s bravery in battle
the Captain

Banquo refuses Macbeth’s invitation to dinner
False

Macbeth hires two men to kill Banquo and Fleance
True

Banquo’s son manages to escape
True

Before the dinner, Macbeth looks confidently toward the future
True

Banquo’s ghost sits in Macbeth’s place at the table
True

All the ghosts see the ghostly figure
False

LAdy MAcbeth explains that her husband’s wild words are caused by his guilt
False

Macbeth is relieved that Macduff has failed to appear.
False

Hecate and the weird sisters plan another meeting with Macbeth.
True

Macduff has left to aid one of Duncan’s sons in a rebellion against Macbeth
True

As he considers Macbeth’s kingship, Banquo feels
glimmers of hope for his own future

Macbeth wants Banquo dead so that
Banquo will not find out who killed Duncan

In saying “what’s done is done,” Lady Macbeth suggests that she and Macbeth should
accept the finality of their deed

In his response to his wife, Macbeth demonstrates
a drive towards further evil

Macbeth describes the ghost at dinner as
looking as Banquo did in life

Macbeth is seized by a “fit” when
his wife asks him to act cheerfully

Lady Macbeth tries to bring Macbeth to his senses by
scolding him

Hecate intends to punish Macbeth for his
overconfidence

At the beginning of Scene 6, Lennox speaks of MAcbeth’s sorrow and nobility in a tone that is
sarcastic

“He hath a wisdom that doth guide his valor/ To act in safety.”
He doesn’t act rashly

“Things without all remedy/ Should be without regard…”
If you can’t do anything about a situation, forget about it”

“Be innocent of the knowledge…/Till thou applaud the deed.”
It is safer not to know about plans until after they are carried out.

“…blood will have blood.”
One evil deed leads to another

“This is the very painting of your fear”
You had an hallucination brought on by your terror

Macbeth does not want to hear the predictions of the witches
false

The first apparition tells Macbeth not to fear Macduff
false

The second and third prophecies provide unimportant information
false

Macbeth orders the Thane of Fife’s wife and son murdered
True

The King of England has allied himself with Duncan’s Son
True

Macduff joins Malcolm in order to spy on him
False

Malcolm describes in detail the character traits of a bad king
true

Malcolm is finally convinced that Macduff has Scotland’s interests at heart
True

Macduff accepts calmly the news about his family
False

Malcolm is about to take revenge upon Macbeth
True

The witch’s words “Something wicked this way comes” refer to
Macbeth

Lady Macduff dies believing that her husband is
traitorous

Macbeth lashes out at Macduff’s family to assure that
no descendant of Macduff will claim the crown

Malcolm pretends that he is too evil to become king in order to
ascertain Macduff’s loyalty

Ross hesitates to report the slaying of Macduff’s wife and child because
the message is too painful to relate

“A deed WITHOUT A MAN.”
too awful to discuss

“… none OF WOMEN BORN/ Shall harm Macbeth.”
who was born naturally

“.. And even now,/ To crown my thoughts with acts, BE IT THOUGHT AND DONE.”
let the action happen immediately

“Those precious motives, those strong KNOTS OF LOVE…”
family bonds

“I… DELIGHT/ NO LESS IN TRUTH THAN LIFE.”
believing that truth is as important than truth

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