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MACDUFF: Is your master awake? Oh, I see that Our knocking waked him. Here he comes. ) LENNOX: Good morning, noble sir! MACBETH: Good morning, both of you! MACDUFF: Is the king awake, worthy thane? MACBETH: Not yet, I think. 30 Macbeth 09/13/06 8:17 PM Page 31 Act 2 • Scene 1 MACDUFF: He told me to call on him early. I’ve almost missed the time he requested. MACBETH: There’s the door to his chamber. ) LENNOX: Is the king leaving today? MACBETH: Yes. At least, that’s what he said. LENNOX: The night has been wild.

MACBETH: Call them. Let me see them. WITCH 1: Pour in sow’s blood, that has eaten Her nine piglets. And some sweat 56 Macbeth 09/13/06 8:17 PM Page 57 Act 4 • Scene 1 Taken from a murderer’s gallows. Throw these into the flame. ALL: Come, high or low; To ourselves, yourself show! (Thunder sounds. ) 1: Macbeth! Macbeth! Macbeth! Beware Macduff. Beware the thane of Fife. I go. I’ve said enough. ) 1: He will not appear again. Here’s another, more powerful than the first. WITCH (Thunder sounds. ) 2: Be strong, bold, and firm.

MACBETH: Sweet reminder! Now, good health to all! Enjoy the feast. LENNOX: May it please your highness to sit. (The ghost of Banquo, visible only to Macbeth, enters and sits in Macbeth’s place. ) MACBETH: All the noblemen of our country Would be seated under one roof, If only Banquo were present. I hope It is thoughtlessness rather than some Accident that has made him late. 47 Macbeth 09/13/06 8:17 PM Page 48 MACBETH ROSS: His absence, sir, breaks his promise. Would it please your highness to be seated?

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