Business and Management
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A: Banquo is the character I will present. The slogan is what doesn't kill me might make me kill you
• Banquo was a general in King Duncan's army. Banquo's traits are to act as a contrast to the traits of Macbeth. First trait i choose conscious. In ACT 1 Scene 3. Indeed, unlike Macbeth, Banquo is a conscious man to question the weird sisters and their prophecies, “oftentimes, to win us to their harm, / The instruments of darkness tell us truths, / Win us with honest trifles, to betray us."(Act 1 Scene 3) He was there to hear the witches’ prophecy, but he was doubt of it. He questioned the witches’ motives, and tried to advice Macbeth against taking what they said to heart, Banquo tells Macbeth to be cautious. But, Macbeth definitely does not possess. • Also, Banquo is both bold and curious, Not every character would confront these three creepy women. In Act 1 Scene 3. When Banquo hears the predictions the witches give to Macbeth, he says, “'Are ye fantastical, or that indeed, Which outwardly ye show? My noble partner. You greet with present grace and great prediction. Of noble having and of royal hope, That, he seems rapt withal. To me you speak not. If you can look into the seeds of time. And say which grain will grow and which will not. Speak, then, to me, who neither beg nor fear. Your favors nor your hate' In this quote, Banquo is confused as to why the witches are predicting Macbeth’s future, which seems to be full of greatness. Banquo wants to know what his own future holds: whether or not he has the same good fortune to look forward to as Macbeth.
C: This picture is showing a owl. These three wiches are like some threatening thing in the night, and Banquo is like the owl can insight them. Banquo’s trait is like this sward to protect who he should be protected due to his responsiblities.
D: Banquo will be like Sandino in today’s world.…...