Act II Summary and Analysis
Fleance: Banquo’s son
Porter: doorman for Macbeth
Macduff: nobleman of Scotland
Donalbain: Duncan’s younger son
There is something in the air that disturbs Banquo and Fleance and they cannot sleep. As they discuss the reasons for their inability to sleep, Macbeth joins them. Banquo confesses that he has been dreaming about the prophecy the Witches told them and he is concerned about the evil nature of the Witches. Macbeth responds by saying, “I think not of them.” Both agree to discuss the matter at a later date. Banquo and Fleance retire to their chambers to sleep.
As Macbeth, alone in the...
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