Who said, "Thou hast it now: king, Cawdor, Glamis, all./ as the weird women promised, and, I fear"? What does it mean?
Macbeth is a tragedy by William Shakespeare set in Scotland. The main character, Macbeth, is a renowned warrior and Scottish lord. He encounters three witches who tell him that he will be the next king. When he shares this news with his wife, she urges him to kill the current king. He follows her advice, murders King Duncan, and ascends to the throne.
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Banquo speaks this line. He is one of Macbeth's friends and a brother-in-arms who was with Macbeth when he received the witches' prediction. After...
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Find out who Banquo is in William Shakespeare's ''Macbeth'' and view his character traits. Read about Banquo's death, his ghost, and who kills Banquo.