English - Act four, scene two
Act four, scene two
Ross visits Lady Macduff at Fife, she is frightened now that her husband
has fled. After Ross leaves, Lady Macduff engages in an interesting
conversation with her son Sirrah as they discuss what they will do without
a father and a husband. A messenger interrupts and advises them to leave
because they are in danger. They do not know where to flee.
Macduff's family is murdered. After seeing this the audience can be clear
that there is no turning back for Macbeth.
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