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before the banquet held in his honour, macbeth questions banquo about his journey because
he needs the information to plan banquo's death
macbeth fears banquo because
the witches have prophesied that banquo's children will inherit macbeth's crown
figure of speech "nature seems dead, and wicked dreams abuse/ the curtain'd sleep." (2.1.50)
fig of speech "i'll be myself the harbinger, and make joyful the hearing of my wife, with your approach." 1.4.45-46
fig of speech "the wine of life is drawn, and more lees/is left this vault to brag of" 2.3.93-94
fig of speech "this even-handed justice/commends th'ingredience of our poisoned chalice." 1..11-12
fig of speech "now does he feel his title / hang loose about him like a giant's robe / upon a dwarfish thief" 5.2.20-22
fig of speech "if chance will have me king, why, chance may crown me/ without my stir" (1.3.144
REPETITION IS WRONG; what is right????
thou has it now, king, cawdor, ..amis, all / as the weird women promis'd; and i fear/ thou play'dst most foully for 't; 3.1.1-3
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