Third Witch That will be ere the set of sun. The Witches speak easily of warfare as something to watch avidly until it’s time to meet with their newest victim: Macbeth. Second Witch When the hurlyburly's done, When the battle's lost and won. Macbeth is told that he will become king someday and rule the land of Scotland. Third Witch There to meet with Macbeth. 10. “There to meet with Macbeth”. First Witch Where the place? Graymalkin: a gray cat, the witch's familiar spirit. This draws the audience’s attention and interest, wanting to find out who Macbeth. There to meet with Macbeth.
Analysis: Macbeth describes life immediately after hearing about the death of Lady Macbeth through the use of an extended metaphor. 7 There to meet with Macbeth. 6 Upon the heath. There to meet with Macbeth.” (Act 1, Scene 1, Lines 1-8). 9. Macbeth: Character Analysis The Tragedy of Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, is about a soldier, Macbeth, and his friend, Banquo, who meet up with three strange witches who share prophecies with the two men. The Witches generally speak in rhymed couplets of trochaic tetrameter. From the opening, the dark and disturbing tone of the play is clear. 8 I come, Graymalkin! These statements are made by witches and the effect is helped by the fact that the Elizabethans were incredibly superstitious. When shall we three meet again In thunder, lightning, or in rain? 8. First Witch I come, Graymalkin!
Pathetic fallacy is also employed in the line “ere the set of sun…there to meet Macbeth” (I.i line 5) it suggests and foreshadows that a darkness is going to overcome Macbeth, it also may relate to the idea that Shakespeare had to create an illusion of night, because the play would be in the daylight theatre the globe. Anon: immediately; i.e., I'm coming right now. 6 Where the place?
They mention meeting up with Macbeth, but Macbeth does not actually enter. Second Witch Upon the heath. The three witches from Macbeth. According to Macbeth life is a path leading to death, a brief candle, marked by the shadow of death, a bad actor who is heard from never again after leaving the stage, and a story teller who yells his meaningless tale. The play opens with the Witches greeting each other in Act I, scene 1.
9 Paddock calls.
Paddock: a toad, the witch's familiar spirit. 11 Fair is …