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Act IV. Macbeth . Scene I. Horrible ingredients make up the witches’ brew. 3 apparitions: an armed head (symbol of Macduff ) a bloody child (symbol of Macduff at birth) none of women born shall harm Macbeth

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Act iv

Act IV

Macbeth


Scene i
Scene I

  • Horrible ingredients make up the witches’ brew.

  • 3 apparitions: an armed head (symbol of Macduff)

  • a bloody child (symbol of Macduff at birth) none of women born shall harm Macbeth

  • a child crowned (symbol of Malcolm), should be king “vanquished be”, “until Great Birnam wood to high Dunsinane Hill shall come against him” – the forest has to move to his castle and come against him (camouflaged army)

  • Will Banquo’s sons be kings – 8 kings + Banquo holding a mirror.


Scene 2
Scene 2

  • Lady Macduff thinks husband is a coward, traitor to their family

  • Ross tries to justify his leaving

  • Child thinks mom betrayed his father and that’s why he left a messenger (who flees when danger arrives)

  • Lady doesn’t understand why it is happening


Scene 3
Scene 3

  • Macduff goes to Malcolm, Malcolm is unsure if he can trust him (gives him a loyalty test) they have a common goal

  • Ross comes to tell Macduff family dead

  • 10,000 men from England

  • Ross tell him bad news

  • Macduff feels as though Macbeth cannot feel sorrow because he has no children of his own

  • Wants to fight Macbeth personally


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