Macbeth plays the role of a weak, but also ambitious man throughout the play. In the letter Macbeth shares his experiences with his wife as he informs her about his encounter with the witches as they predict that he will become Thane of Cawdor and also that he will become king. When King Duncan was killed they do everything that they possibly can to find out who murdered the King and to properly hand the killer the consequences. Clearly, Macbeth r … ealized that something out of the ordinary would have to happen for him to receive either title. Macbeth is also severely fearful of Banquo and Fleance. In Scene 2 it is the night of the Murder, the couple are jittery and uneasy Macbeth has murdered Duncan and is instantly regretting his actions. Oh, what a good question! We can tell this as when spoken about the plan on killing the King he tries to shrug the conversation off by not wanting to speak about it any more.
Banquo is associated with light. I don't think Macbeth tested his loyalty as such, but when they went to see the 3 weird sisters aka the 3 witches the witches looked into the future and told Macbeth that he would be the king, and told Banquo that he would be the father of kings Ba … nquo's sons would be king. Macbeth has become a murderer. They are the type of people who get what they want no matter what. His real name was MacBethad mac Findlaich, which meant MacBethad son of Findlaech. Once one person feels they are above the other one, chaos and anger might result.
She has also kept herself together throughout the whole ordeal. So Banquo was loyal to Macbeth, but Macbeth wasn't loyal to Banquo. He respects Duncan and feels a sense of be trail in his thoughts. At that point, he appeared to become dismissive. Banquo stays loyal to King Duncan, fearing that Macbeth may have killed him. Macbeth knows that the only person who may still be a threat to him is Banquo, which means that Macbeth must kill him and his family.
They also appeared to carry that good working relationship over into an equally good friendship. She is seen by some as a strong willed women who is ambitious for herself and who is perceptive enough to identify her husband's strengths and weaknesses, and ruthless enough to exploit them. Such was the case in Act 3 Scene 4. Although Macbeth becomes king, he is often tormented by his thought or murder and suspicions. According to legend, he makes it across the border w … ith England and travels southwards all the way to Wales. The next character with stature is Banquo, whose prowess in battle ranks him alongside Macbeth.
Although he is afraid he does not back out, where as Lady Macbeth is so scared that everything is going to go wrong that she has a drink herself. She is informed that the king will be arriving and will spend the night in her presences and home. The scene then ends, and Duncan is murdered. It is unlikely that Banquo has been messing around with unseen Mrs. One view is that Macbeth was a 'dead butcher.
Macbeth's evil deed causes him to suffer from fear and guilt, which leads to even more evil crimes. In addition, Macbeth may have been initially hesitant of the witches like Banquo, but by this moment, he not only fully embraced the predictions, he was willing to kill anyone who may stand in the way of them coming true. We learn from this murder that Macbeth truly had faith in the king and was very loyal, but knowing that one day he would become king, his ambition and the persuasion of Lady Macbeth, causes him to perform the act, that he will regret. Exactly at the moment that Duncan speaks the line, seals the irony by having Macbeth enter the court room. Banquo was s … hocked and cautious about the realization of one of the predictions, in Macbeth's becoming the Thane of Cawdor. The imagery at this point in the scene largely refers to growth and fertility.
When Macbeth goes to confront Lady Macbeth and tells her he has changed his mind about the killing of the Duncan, we see the power she was asking for, she now has strength and she is showing us that she is a less of a coward than Macbeth. Macbeth displays his affection for Lady Macbeth in his letter. He is now confronted by the King in Act 1 Scene 4. The promise to Macbeth by which Banquo is eager to find out his future. There's already a change in his personality and in his reflection of the witches.
Macbeth became ever more ambitious in making the promise of kingship turn out, and ever more aggressive in pursuit of that promise. Duncan, so his naturally born children must arrive at their kingship by some unnatural end. Like Macbeth, we see a bit of ambition in Banquo. As actors, the challenge we face in these sorts of scenes is to make that brief glimpse of a relationship as powerful as we can. While he sleeps, Macbeth murders King Duncan, and Banquo wakes to the news. Let's consider mainly Lady Macduff and only briefly the three witches. The relationship between Banquo and Macbeth was one of colleagues.
He undoubtedly was of noble birth, because the King called him cousin. Is the matter more complicated than that? The two men have fought together, and together were victorious in battle. It also brings the theme of treachery towards the King. The Witches In Act I, Scene 3, Banquo first notices the three witches that predict Macbeth will become king. As a result, of this attempt, Banquo dies but Fleance runs away. The witches warn him of Macduff but create a false sense of security in Macbeth with their prophecies that no man born of a woman can harm him.