what do we learn about Macbeth before the dagger scene? how much evidence of conscience do you see in Macbeth’s dagger speech?
PBS film (Stewart/Fleetwood) interpretation of the dagger speech
in-class email, “dagger speech” (How visible is Macbeth’s speech in the dagger speech (2.1.33ff.)–a lot, a little or not at all? Quoting at least one line from the speech, explain your response.)
general question for next several days of reading and classwork: read between the scenes–i.e., the opening wyrd-sisters scene and the dagger speech: what do we learn about Macbeth between these scenes?