He is trying to work against prophecy, something he never learns not to do. Act 3 Scene 3 Page 320 Line 27: “Thou mayst revenge” In this scene Banquo is killed and he tells Fleance that he may live to kill the person that killed him.
Act 2 Scene 4 Page 309 Line 53-54: “God”s benison go with you, and with those/ That would make good of bad, and friends of foes!” The old man is giving a blessing to all those who would restore the goodness and bring peace to the troubled land.The old man knows that Scotland is going to end up in one big mess.Act 3 Scene 1 Page 312 Line 3-4: “Thou play”dst most foully for”t.Yet it was said it should not stand in thy posterity.” Banquo believes that the witches prophecies are right because it was predicted that the kingship would not remain in Macbeth”s Family.The fact they talk in rhyme makes them seem strange, and links to theme of supernatural.A Jacobean audience would fear this supernatural behaviour, putting them on edge from the start of the play.Act 4 Scene 2 Page 338 Line 5-6: “When our actions do not, our fears do make us traitors.” Lady Macduff is worried about what other people might say about her husband because he fled the country. You can tell how heartless they are Act 4 Scene 3 Page 342 Line 19-20: “To offer up a weak, poor, innocent lamb.She”s scared that their reputation will be destroyed. T” appease an angry god” Macduff may betray the weak Malcolm, offering him as a sacrifice. He wants God to remove the devil that sits at the head of Scotland.Could anyone give any feedback on this AQA GCSE essay I wrote, 'How is the theme of supernatural presented in Macbeth? The supernatural is important throughout Macbeth, as it was in Jacobean society, and is especially prevalent through the Witches and Lady Macbeth.Shakespeare first presents supernatural through the witches chant that ‘fair is foul, and foul is fair’.