|What is the main message which includes Lady Macbeth’s sleepwalking scene
||A guilty conscience is not easily mended
|What helps most to create the eerie atmosphere
||Lady Macbeth’s candle
|What is the meaning of Lady Macbeth’s symbolic words, “All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand”?
||No measure of virtue will undo her guilt
|What does Macbeth’s behavior toward the servant who comes to deliver a message ultimately show about Macbeth’s character?
||He has grown brutal
|When Macbeth reveals that he has grown impervious to fear and horror, he is underscoring the play’s theme of the:
||Destructiveness of blind ambition
|At what point does Macbeth first begin to realize that he has been tricked by the prophecies?
||when he learns that Birnam Wood is moving toward the castle
|In what way does Macbeth revert to his former self?
||He fights with courage and skill
|Example of how Shakespearan English differs from Modern English
||Of all men else I have avoided thee.
|Why does Shakespeare have Macbeth display certain admirable traits at the end of the play
||To reinforce the idea that Macbeth is a victim of his tragic flaw
|What represents the resolution of the plot
||Macduff kills Macbeth