Fleance , a minor character in William Shakespeare's play Macbeth , is the son of Banquo. The ghost does not speak, but gets his haunting on quite effectively anyway.
After Macbeth receives the witches' prophecy that he would become king, he immediately begins to plot on how to take the throne and keep it. Ross in Macbeth: He starts to become ruthless and kills the family of Macduff, an important lord.
First Impressions of Shakespeare Online Saylor. Macbeth knows that as long as Fleance lives, he could never be secure in his kingdom.
Act 5, Scene 6 In this very short scene we see Malcolm, Siward, and Macduff gathered with their troops on the plain before Macbeth's castle. Banquo goes to Inverness Macbeth's home with the King and company.
Macbeth is at first unbelieving and slaps the messenger, calling him a 'liar and slave! Professional Development 10th Grade Grammar Skills: Register to view this lesson Are you a student or a teacher?
Lady Macbeth: Act 5, Scene 8 Macbeth, with his newfound hope and determination, continues to fight Malcolm's army. Sign Up. Ross leaves and, in her anger, Lady Macduff tells her son that Macduff is dead.
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The prophecy of the Witches races through his mind, and he begins to believe that Macbeth himself was responsible for the fulfillment of the Hags' prediction. My thanes and kinsmen, Henceforth be earls, the first that ever Scotland In such an honour named.