Macbeth 2 ('when?' 'hark!' (Short sentences, Suggest…
Suggest he's afraid of getting caught early on
Trying not to give himself away
'i have lived long enough'
Begins to despair
Knows the end is coming
Loss of control
'i will not yield to kiss the ground before young Malcolm's feet'
He won't be humiliated
He is about to die, inevitable
Returns to the brave warrior he was at the start
'that they have done't?'
Question to Lady Macbeth
Shows he is easily influenced
'all is but toys'
Language is too poetic for someone who's supposed to be in shock
'come fate into the list and champion me to the utterance'