Doctor: "Since his majesty went into the field, i have seen her rise from her bed." Lady Macbeth:"Thane of Fife had a wife, where is she now? What will these hands never be clean? No more that, my lord no more."
- Lady Macbeth is sleepwalking and talking to herself
- Shes saying that shes guilty for murdering Duncan
- She can never "clean her hands" meaning never forget or forgive herself for killing Duncan
Macbeth: "Sleep no more, to all the house, Glamis hath murder'd and therefore Cawdor shall sleep no more. Macbeth shall sleep more."
- Macbeth killed someone in his sleep
- He killed an innocent person in his sleep
- No one is safe
Banquo: "I dreamst last night of the three weird sisters, to you they have some truth."
- He is discussing about the witches to Macbeth
- He is dreaming about the witches prophecies coming true
- I think that Macbeth used the motif sleep well because he used it at the right times
- When people sleep and dream they dream about things they want or think.
- In this story people keep a lot of things to them self and it may build up guilt and then they think about it all night and it can come into their dreams.
- At that point Macbeth used that as an example, Lady Macbeth sleep walking and talking about killing Duncan and never cleansing her self from it.
- Duncan was thinking about the witches prophecies and how they are coming true so he dreamt about it