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Act III (Conclusion)
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Summary and Analysis Act III Summary This act shifts to the Petkoffs' library, a setting which Shaw uses to let us know that this is a very poor excuse for a library; it consists of only a single room with a single shelf of old worn-out paper-covered novels; the rest of the room is more like a sitting room with another ottoman in it, just like.
Summary Act 3, scenes 1–3 Summary Act 3, scenes 1–3. Page 1 Page 2 Summary: Act 3, scene 1. In the royal palace at Forres, Banquo paces and thinks about the coronation of Macbeth and the prophecies of the weird sisters. The witches foretold that Macbeth would be king and that Banquo’s line would eventually sit on the throne.
At the beginning of this short, final Act, Jim finds Kate outside, rocking on the porch by the backyard, at two in the morning. Kate tells Jim she is waiting for Chris to come back; he took the car, after his argument with Joe, and drove to an unknown place.
Act III The setting is the vestry room of the Salem church, which has been turned into a courtroom. Though we don’t see them, we hear Judge Hathorne in the courtroom questioning Martha Corey, who denies being a witch.
Act III of Macbeth opens with Banquo. He paces a corridor, wondering out loud about the prophecies. He notes that all of the prophecies for Macbeth have come true; however, he wonders if Macbeth "played foully" or cheated his way into the kingship.
Summary The hired murderers meet as arranged. On hearing approaching horses, a signal is given, and Banquo and his son Fleance are attacked. The murderers' lantern is accidentally extinguished, and the job is left half-done: Although Banquo is killed, Fleance escapes.
Summary Krogstad and Christine are alone onstage, for the Helmers and Dr. Rank are upstairs at the masquerade party. Bitterly Krogstad reproaches Christine for renouncing their betrothal, years ago, sacrificing him in order to marry a man better able to support her and her family.
A Raisin in the Sun: Act 3 Summary & Analysis Next. Themes. Themes and Colors Key LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in A Raisin in the Sun, which you can use to track the themes throughout the work. Dreams. Dignity and Pride. Race, Discrimination, and Assimilation. Gender and .
The Merchant of Venice: Act 3, scene 1 Summary & Analysis New! Understand every line of The Merchant of Venice. Read our modern English translation of this scene. Next. Act 3, scene 2. Themes and Colors Key LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in The Merchant of Venice, which you can use to track the themes throughout the work.