Oldest son of Duncan
brave noble general whose children will inherit the Scottish throne
drunken doorman of Macbeth’s castle
goddess of witchcraft
plot mischief against Macbeth using charms, spells, and prophecies
Scottish general; thane of Glamis
good King of Scotland whom Macbeth murders
Youngest son of Duncan
group of ruffians conscripted by Macbeth to murder Banquo, and Macduff’s wife and children
deeply ambitious woman who lusts for power
Scottish nobleman hostile to Macbeth’s kingship; kills Macbeth
the son of Duncan who is the rightful king
this object is the first guilt inspired hallucination Macbeth sees
a reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing in history
"moves like a ghost" is an example of what literary device
this person is a potential ally and threat to Macbeth's plotting since he knows the prophecy
a speech by a character when he is alone on the stage
the signal Lady Macbeth gives Macbeth
excuse Lady Macbeth gives for not killing Duncan herself
word Macbeth could not say
this person discovers Duncan's dead body
present from Duncan to the Macbeths
"I'll do whatever you say, as long as I can do it with a clear conscience."
in addition to murdering Duncan, Macbeth says that he has also murdered this
"I can't go back. I'm afraid event to think about what I've done."
returns the daggers to the crime scene
Lady Macbeth's solution to remove evidence of guilt
this drunk person provides comic relief
"A murderer has broken into God's temple and stolen the life out of it" is an example of this literary device
"Oh gentle lady, my news isn't fit for your ears" is an example of this literary device
Macbeth's excuse for killing the guards
flees to England
flees to Ireland
discusses uproar as a result of Duncan's murder with an old man
named by Macduff as prime suspects for the King's murder
goes to Fife in opposition of the new king
traditional site of coronations
King of Scotland
A war general, originally Thane of Glanis
Wife of Macbeth
Friend of Macbeth; general in army
Three Witches, prophets who hail Macbeth
Thane of Fife
Duncan's elder son
Duncan's younger son
Duncan's elder son
Queen of the Witches
employed by Macbeth
an armed head, a bloody child, a crowned child, a show of eight kings
What could Macbeth not say when he killed Duncan?
Macbeth is afraid of who?
Who is suspicious of Macbeth?
Macbeth lives in what?
Macbeth becomes thane of.....
Where is King Duncan burried?
What does Macbeth see that is not real?
Where does Malcolm go after his dad dies?
According to the witches who is supposed to become King also?
Who is Banquo's son?
Who is blamed for King Duncan's murrder?
When Macduff is knocking on the door Shakespeare uses this time to put what into the play?
Where does Donalbain go after his dad dies?
Why does Macbeth kill King Duncan? To become...
Who does Macbeth Kill?
Who is Macbeth's wife?
Thane of Glamis
Who finds the King dead?
Macbeth has trouble keeping what at ease? (Ghost)
What screeches when King Duncan dies?
What comes with becoming King?
Who's father is the old man?
When Macbeth kill Duncan what does he hear? ______ no more.
How many murders are after Banquo and his son?
The weird sisters are what?