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Fleance (or Fléance) /ˈfleɪɒns/ is a figure in legendary Scottish history. He was depicted by ... Scholars suggest that Shakespeare does not elaborate on Fleance's life after his escape from Scotland in order to avoid ... Macbeth, aware of the threat Banquo and his son pose to his new throne, plans to have them murdered.

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Macbeth returns to the Weird Sisters and boldly demands to be shown a ... Encouraged by the news of such impossibilities, Macbeth asks, "Shall Banquo's issue ever reign ... The reflected light of their golden crowns "does sear (cut into) mine ...

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The witches call up apparitions which give Macbeth warnings, promises, and ... fear nothing until Birnam wood come to Dunsinane; Banquo's issue shall be kings. ... A "drab" is a prostitute, and in the real world of Shakespeare's time it did  ...

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Student learning is assessed via a Quick Write at the end of the lesson: How do the Witches' interactions ... How do the Witches' interactions with Macbeth advance the plot? .... Whether or not Banquo's sons, or his “issue,” will ever be king.

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Jul 13, 2008 ... Get an answer for 'How does Macbeth feel in the soliloquy in act III, ... favored his own ascendancy also predicted that the issue of Banquo, ...

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What does Macbeth mean by for Banquo's issue have I fil'd my mind?

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First, a floating head warns him to beware Macduff; Macbeth says that he has ... Banquo's ghost walks at the end of the line. ... Outside King Edward's palace, Malcolm speaks with Macduff, telling him that he does not trust him since he has left ...

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Macbeth still wants to know the answer to one more question. "Shall Banquo's issue ever reign in this kingdom?" The witches suggest that the king does not ...

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Next Macbeth demands to know about Banquo's descendants, learning to his ... last question: "shall Banquo's issue [children] ever / Reign in this kingdom?" (Line 102). The Three Witches tell him to "Seek to know no more" (do not ask), (Line ...

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Feb 18, 2006 ... Duncan was a soft and gentle king, and Macbeth and Banquo were ... Banquo addresses the witches--they do not look like normal ..... Alone, he expresses his fears of Banquo and his royal nature and the prophecies about him and his issue. ... Macbeth tries to learn more but the witches caution him their ...