Macbeth Act 3

Act 3, Scene 1

Banquo reveals his fears of Macbeth killing king Duncan, yet wonders if the witches prophecies will come true for his own future. Banquo is welcomed in but Macbeth and Lady Macbeth ensure that Banquo intends to ride with his son Fleance. After Banquo leaves, Macbeth reveals his own fears about Banquo and the fact that by killing duncan he may have just made it easier for Banquo’s sons to be heirs to the throne Macbeth says there is no one he fears accept for Banquo,  “there is none but he whose being I do fear”

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