Who does Macbeth say killed the king?
it simply means, that when he killed the king, he also killed sleep. Macbeth now wont be able to sleep because of the guilt of killing the king
Macbeth killed banquo. Because Macbeth heard the witches say he will also be king. so Macbeth saw him as a threat to the throne and lets just say did something bad to banquo (killed him)
Macolm becomes King after Macbeth is killed.
Lady Macbeth drugged the guards so that no one could would know who killed King Duncan, and later on to frame them and say they killed King Duncan.
Two kings are killed in the play Macbeth. Macbeth killed king Duncan because he wanted to become king himself. Malcolm, on the other hand, had Macduff kill King Macbeth because Malcolm wanted to become king himself.
Macbeth became King after he killed King Duncan
King Duncan was. Macbeth killed him and then he was crowned King!
"I" said Macbeth, "with the servants' daggers. I killed Macbeth."
Together Lady Macbeth and Macbeth have killed King Duncan, King of Scotland.
Macbeth killed the king so that he could become king. Then, his wife killed herself from guilt and a rival killed Macbeth.
It was Macduff that killed Macbeth, not one of King Duncan's son. However, Malcolm aids Macduff in killing Macbeth.
Because Lady Macbeth doesn't have the courage to kill the king. Therefore, she left the work to Macbeth because Macbeth was a soldier and because he the courage by killing the king because he has killed many people in wars and battles.
Macbeth stabbed him when he was asleep.
he killed Duncan,the king to take over the throne and become king.
in act 2 macbeth and lady macbeth killed him
Macbeth killed King Duncan after hearing the witches' prophecies and being urged on by his wife, Lady Macbeth
They killed king Duncan.
Macbeth was beheaded by Macduff because Macduff saw Macbeth's guilt and then found out that he killed the King - Duncan. macduff killed Macbeth! Hope this helps! xx
They killed the King of Scotland (who was a very nice and fair ruler) so Macbeth could be king.
Macbeth felt he had to kill the king's servants as they may have possibly figured out that it was him who killed the king. He then tells others he had to kill them as they had killed the king.
By killing the former king,Duncan. With the help of Lady Macbeth, Macbeth killed King Duncan and framed the gurads for it.
He had his suspicions because the fact the Macbeth killed the servants he blamed the murder on.
The historical king Macbeth became king in 1040 after the death of King Duncan in August of that year. Duncan was killed while leading a sneak attack against Macbeth at Moray. It is not recorded how soon thereafter Macbeth was crowned.
Macbeth killed King Duncan and the two royal chamberlains. He then advised his wife of the murders. He was unhinged by the bloodiness of the killings, and by his inability to say 'Amen' to the prayers of the dying chamberlains.
When King Duncan is killed, she faints in order to divert the attention away from Macbeth.
Yes. Macbeth killed King Duncan, Macbeth faces his death penalty.
At Macbeth's castle.
The title character, Macbeth, Thane of Cawdor.
He killed the previous king....might is right in those times
Indirectly, perhaps. Macbeth killed Duncan because Lady Macbeth manipulated him into doing it, and she did that because he had told her about the witches' prophecies.
She wanted to make Macbeth king just as badly as he himself wanted to be, but in the beginning Macbeth has a conscious and Lady Macbeth doesn't. Eventually Lady Macbeth persuades him to kill Duncan by questioning his manhood. She says she could have killed Duncan if he didn't look like his father as he lay in bed asleep. When Macbeth kills Duncan Lady Macbeth shows a face of celebratory where as Macbeth couldn't even… Read More
Macbeth killed Duncan because the witches predicted that he would be the king but at the time Duncan was the king so in order to be king Macbeth kills Duncan since he was the successor at the time.
Macbeth lead the army which defeated and killed him. This led Duncan to honor Macbeth, as he was succeeded as a king.
In August 1040, he killed the ruling king, Duncan I, in battle near Elgin, Morayshire. Macbeth became king. His marriage to Kenneth III's granddaughter Gruoch strengthened his claim to the throne. In 1045, Macbeth defeated and killed Duncan I's father Crinan at Dunkeld.
In shakesperes story it is said that Macbeth killed him in his sleep but in reality historians believe he was killed (by Macbeth) during or shortly after the battle.
He thinks that Macbeth is a "good guy", Fleance killed Banquo and Duncan's sons killed the king.
it simply means, that when he killed the king, he also killed sleep. Macbeth now wont be able to sleep because of the guilt of killing the king =]
Nothing, really. He suspected that Macbeth had killed Duncan, but he wasn't going to do anything about it, since he had no evidence and Macbeth was king.
Macduff believes that Macbeth killed King Duncan and thus doesn't believe Macbeth should be king. This is evident in the fact that while Macbeth goes to Scone, Macduff finds Malcolm and convinces him to reclaim the throne.
the roles of lady Macbeth was that she told Macbeth to kill king Duncan after he went and had a visit the witches who said to him that he would become king. he lost his mind, killed the king, became into power, murdered Macduff's family for no reason and killed Banquo because he knew that banquo had chances of becoming king
If you mean the character in Shakespeare's play, then this is what he did: He listened to the witches, killed Duncan the king of Scotland, then created a rebelion against him where Macbeth and Macduff fight to the death and Macbeth gets killed by Macduff, making Macduff's son Michael the king of Scotland.
How does Shakespeare demonstrate that the pursuit of power inevitably leads to corruption in Macbeth?
Macbeth murdered his king to become king himself. Then he killed others because of his fear of losing the throne. He became a tyrant who was killed because of his actions.
He killed King Duncan and has rightful heir to the throne.
you really should read the play, Macbeth becomes king
Macduff's first suspicion was that Malcom and Donalbain, the king's sons, were responsible for his death, but later shifts his suspicions to Macbeth.
Macbeth killed the guards before they could proclaim their innocence.
I'm guessing that you are asking two questions: "How does Malcolm feel about Macbeth?" and "What has Macbeth done to become the king?" The answer to the second question is simple: Macbeth killed King Duncan in order to become king. The answer to the first question is almost as simple: Malcolm hates and fears Macbeth. I hope your command of English is sufficient to understand this answer.
They didn't wake up. Macbeth killed them before they had a chance to do so.
A) So that they will not be able to tell people that Macbeth killed the King, and B) so that he can frame them for killing the King, allowing him to escape suspicion.
It is possible that he intended to contrast Edward with Macbeth. Edward healed his people; Macbeth killed his.