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Macbeth Acts 3-5

Macbeth Review Cards

QuestionAnswer
Who said," Foul is Fair, and Fair is Foul"? The Three Witches
Who said," Out damned spot, out, I say!"? Lady Macbeth
Who Said," Boundless intemperance In nature is a tyranny. It hath Th' Untimely emptying of the happy throne And fall of many Kings" Macduff
Who said," Macduff this noble passion, child of integrity, hath from my Soul wiped the black scruples, reconciled my thoughts to thy good truth and honor"? Malcolm
Who said," Your castle is surprised, your wife and babes savagely slaughtered"? Ross
Who said," All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand'? Lady Macbeth
Who said," Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps in this petty pace from day to day To the last syllable of recorded time"? Macbeth
Who said," Despair thy charm and let the angel whom thou still hast served, Tell the Macduff was ripped from his mother's womb untimely ripped"? Macduff
Who said," Hail, King!for so thou art. Behold where stands Th' usurper's head"? Macduff
What is the exposition? The witches introduce the theme of the play
What is the rising action? Macbeth kills Duncan in his thirst for power
What is the climax? Macbeth kills Banquo and Fleance escapes
What is the falling action? Lady Macduff and her kids are slaughtered
What is the resolution? Macbeth is killed by Maduff
Who says," We have scotched the snake, not killed it"? Macbeth
What is an example of a Paradox? When the witches say," Lesser than Macbeth, but greater."
What is a Foil? Examples? It's a character opposite the main character or tragic hero. Examples: Macduff and King Edward
What part of the play is written in pros? Lady Macbeth's sleepwalking scene
What is an Anchorism? Something's that's out of place in time
What are examples of motifs from the story? Blood, Sleeplessness, Borrowed Robes
What is an example of comic relief? The Porter
What is the main structure of the play? It's written in Acts
What is the play mostly written in? Iambic Pentameter(Blank Verse)
What does a playwright use when they want to hint at things to come in the story? Foreshadowing
What is an example of Dramatic Irony? When Duncan says," This castle has a pleasant scene."
What is a Tragic Hero? A main character, usually an important person with extraordinary abilities and a tragic flaw, a fatal weakness that causes his or her downfall
What is a Soliloquy? A speech that a character gives when they are alone on stage
What is an Aside? When the character speaks only to the audience and the other characters on stage can't hear them
What is a Tragedy? Deals with a serious theme; involves revenge,intrigue, murder, and insanity; involves the Tragic Hero and their downfall
What is a Tragic Flaw? Defect that causes the downfall of the Tragic Hero or Protagonist
Created by: teamsalvatore18