The witches' animals:
The first witch has a familiar in the form of a cat, with its name being Greymalkin. Greymalkin means grey cat. The grey part is the colour, the malkin part was a nickname for Matilda or Maud that could be used as a name for a cat.
The second witch has a familiar in the form of a toad, with its name being Paddock.
The short answer is that according to my GPS, no. There IS a Salem Center in New York, and it IS in Westchester county. However, there's no Graymalkin Lane. TRIVIA: Graymalkin was the name of the witch's cat in "MacBeth."
It is a line from Shakespeare's Macbeth. One of the witches is being calle (presumably meowed at) by her familiar, a gray cat named "Graymalkin," and is called offstage.
Gaylord Brewer has written: 'Give over, Graymalkin'
And then Macbeth asked Macbeth if he confronted Macbeth on killing Macbeth with Macbeth.
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth.
Macbeth, and Lady Macbeth are married.
How does lady macbeth cover for macbeth at the banquet?
Lady Macbeth is a woman; Macbeth is a man. Lady Macbeth focuses on short-term goals; Macbeth focuses on long-term consequences. Lady Macbeth has never killed anyone before Duncan; Macbeth has. Macbeth is the cousin of the king; Lady Macbeth is not. Lady Macbeth manipulates others through persuasion; Macbeth manipulates others through force.
Lady Macbeth is the wife of the title character, Macbeth, a Scottish nobleman.
The plan that lady Macbeth proposes to Macbeth is to kill king Duncan, so Macbeth can be king and so that Lady Macbeth can be queen.
Macduff killed Macbeth
the writer of Macbeth is William Shakespeare
When Macbeth sees the dagger it shows that he is very disturbed because he is seeing a hallucination.
The witches never said "Macbeth, Macbeth, Macbeth". In Act 4, Scene 1, both the First Apparition and the Second Apparition begin their prophecies by calling out, "Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth!" Macbeth responds to the First Apparition by thanking it for warning him against the Thane of Fife (Macduff). Macbeth responds to the Second Apparition with: "Had I three ears, I'd hear thee."
In the play Macbeth, Macbeth gets killed by Macduff.
Lady Macbeth clearly contrasts with Macbeth.
Yes Lady Macbeth was married to Macbeth,
Lady Macbeth tells Macbeth to hide his emotions and actions.
At the beginning of Macbeth, Macbeth was a hero of Scotland, a brave, victorious warrior. But, by the end, Macbeth had become a tyrannous, evil king.
The reaction between Lady Macbeth and Macbeth is initially very different after they kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth is enthusiastic but Macbeth regrets his actions.
Yes. She influences him, telling Macbeth he is not a man. Macbeth is easily manipulated therefore, kills Duncan by lady Macbeth
Together Lady Macbeth and Macbeth have killed King Duncan, King of Scotland.
Up until the murder Lady Macbeth was in charge. Afterwards, Macbeth was in charge.
The difference is that Lady Macbeth at first wanted Macbeth to kill Banquo and Macbeth was too scared to do it. Later on in the tragedy, Lady Macbeth gets haunted and gets mentally ill and Macbeth keeps on killing people.
The main character in the play "Macbeth" is of course Macbeth