Macbeth Act 3 Quotes

What does Macbeth say in his monologue about Banquo?
"To be thus is nothing; But to be safely thus.--Our fears in Banquo stick deep"
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What does Macbeth say about his mind to Lady Macbeth?
"O full of scorpions is my mind dear wife"
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What does Macbeth say about himself in blood?
"I am in blood stepped in so far that should I wade no more"
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What does Lady Macbeth say about their desires?
‘nought’s had, all’s spent where our desire is got without content’
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What does Lady Macbeth say to Macbeth about being like to his guests?
"Be bright and jovial among your guests tonight"
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When Macbeth is having vision of the dead Banquo, what does Lady Macbeth say to calm the guests?
"Sit worthy friends, my Lord is often thus"
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What does Lady Macbeth say to Macbeth about being like to his guests?

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