What does macbeth plan for the day after the banquet
Morales 2341 Spring 2015 Class TTH - The Duality of Human Nature: Macbeth- Make It Modern Showing 1-43 of 43
Macbeth 2006 Banquet
Alone at Macbeth's court, Banquo voices his suspicions that Macbeth has killed Duncan in order to fulfill the witches' prophesies. He muses that perhaps the witches' vision for his own future will also be realized, but pushes the thought from his mind. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth enter to the fanfare of trumpets, along with Lennox and Ross. Macbeth announces that he will hold a banquet in the evening and that Banquo will be honored as chief guest. Banquo states that he must ride in the afternoon but will return for the banquet.
Macbeth had a hard time during the banquest because he saw the ghost of banquo. So he vows to visit the witches the next day to hear about his future. He also says that there is no turning back now and that he will stop at nothing. That he tells his wife shows that they have trust in each other. Macbeth plans to go see the witches after the banquet, and ask more about his future and what would happen to him. He also wants to know how to protect himself from what will come that could destroy and take his position away from him. From this conversation, it is showed that Macbeth is now the one who is willing to do the action, and Lady Macbeth has a little hesitation to it, but they have arrive to a point that they cannot return to be a normal person; they now can only go forward.