Lady Macbeth then advises him that Banquo and Fleance cannot live forever: How could that be? The fit is momentary; upon a thought He will again be well. We shall kill the king! And once again, they foretold what was to happen. I do not understand why the witches would come to me and tell me I will be Thane of Cawdor and be king hereafter.
The only flaw I can find in the plan is Malcolm. I must agree with that, for it was much easier for me to kill the sleeping guards of the recently deceased monarch.
Every time I closed my eyes, I saw all the blood I had spilled.
Both, Banquo and I, looked around and I called out to it, telling them to speak if they can. Supposedly written by Lady Macbeth herself, there is doubt of the authenticy. I will distract him in his thoughts; I will attend him with constancy.
I feel much discomfort. The very next day, I found them. They were all born from a women. Lady Macbeth suddenly jumps up from her bed, flees to the window. My lord has informed me not of his intentions, only told me a "deed of dreadful note" will be done. He lunged and the last thing I saw was his sword coming towards my throat.
I remember the night that she took her own life. She has even asked the preternatural spirits to unsex her so that she can encourage Macbeth. I fought for my king, alongside one of my closest friends, Banquo.
I, Thane of Glamis, and my friend and partner, Banquo, were riding on our horses on the trail that will lead us back to King Duncan.Macbeth Act II Questions Scene i 1. When Banquo remarks that the night is especially dark, the nature reflects the characters affairs and emotions. The scene between Banquo and Macbeth has a dark atmosphere that gives off a threatening feeling.
While Banquo is talking to Macbeth, Macbeth has already made up his mind about killing king Duncan and is very close to his chamber; this creates the. The following diary entries where found torn out of what seems like a diary.
They were found at a market in Edinburgh inyears after they were written. Supposedly written by Lady Macbeth herself, there is doubt of the authenticy.
Follow/Fav Macbeth's Journal Entry. By: MakorraLove Macbeth's thoughts written in an old journal. Hours later after meeting the three Witches, Macbeth writes down what happened to him and Banquo as they came back from battle and are greeted by the three creepy Witches.
Him explaining what he was thinking at the time and how he is thinking now. Lady Macbeth's Diary Essay - Lady Macbeth's Diary Dearest Diary, I find my self, on this dark winter's morn, at my tethers end. My dearest Macbeth hath been gone for near four weeks and three moons and I have reason to worry for his safety.
“Diary entry in the perspective of Lady Macbeth” 12th August "When love speaks, the voice of all the gods Make heaven drowsy with the harmony.
[Love's Labor's Lost]" I felt like a little. Used for diary writing - exemplar text. This website and its content is subject to our Terms and Conditions.4/4(1).Download