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In preparation for Ms. Murphy's 9th grade English Macbeth test. @Fran2299
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King of Scotland, killed by Macbeth. Notoriously naive- only seeing what he wants to see in people.
Duncan's older son, the Prince of Cumberland, who eventually leads the English army to kill Macbeth and take the Scottish throne.
The younger son of Duncan, who goes to Ireland after his father's death.
Originally Thane of Glamis, then Thane of Cawdor, then finally King of Scotland. Murderer of Duncan, Banquo, Lady Macduff, and Macduff's son.
The cruel wife of the Thane of Glamis/Cawdor/King of Scotland, who eventually kills herself.
A general who is originally Macbeth's friend. Father of Fleance, and prophesied to be the father of kings. Killed by Macbeth.
The Thane of Fife who flees to England in pursuit of Malcom, who he convinces to lead the English army against Macbeth, who kills his wife and child.
A Scottish noble who becomes suspicious of Macbeth fairly early on, and joins the Scottish forces assisting the English army against Macbeth.
A Scottish noble who's major role is speaking with an old man about Scottish affairs and being a messenger to the Macduff family.
A Scottish noble who greets Malcom's English forces in the Birnam wood.
A Scottish noble who is originally part of King Duncan's party, and eventually joins the English forces in Birnam wood.
A Scottish noble who speaks with the English forces about how Macbeth is out of control, and how they will cure Scotland of its sickness.
Son of Banquo, who will (supposedly) eventually inherit the Scottish throne, and serves as a representation of the future.
Earl to Northumberland, who is a leading member of the English army. Son is killed in the final battle.
The son of the Earl of Northumberland who is killed in the final battle.
The wife of the Scottish noble who goes to England to convince Malcom to take the throne, killed along with her son by Macbeth's assassins.
The "bringers of evil" that serve as the supernatural forces "responsible" for Macbeth's actions in the play.
The ruler of the three witches, originally excluded from their plans about Macbeth.
The First Apparition (An Armed Head)
The supernatural being who warns Macbeth of the threat Macduff poses to him. (Form)
The Second Apparition (A Bloody Child)
The supernatural being who tells Macbeth that no man naturally born will be able to hurt him. (Form)
The Third Apparition (A Child Crowned holding a tree)
The supernatural being who tells Macbeth that he will not be killed until the Birnam Wood moves. (Form)
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