What does Macbeth mean when he says why do you address me in borrowed robes?
What does Macbeth’s aside reveal about his thinking?
As the thers talk, what does Macbeth’s aside reveal about his thinking? It reveals that he is thinking about killing the King and that he is letting the prophecies get to his head.
What two decisions does Macbeth make in his final aside?
In an aside, Macbeth scolds himself for failing to kill Macduff when he wanted to earlier. He vows in the future to act on every impulse, and decides to attack Macduff’s castle and kill anyone connected to him: servants, wife, and children.
What private thoughts does Macbeth reveal in his asides Act 1 Scene 3?
What private thoughts does Macbeth reveal in his asides in Scene 3, lines 143-147 of this tragedy? Macbeth reveals that he does not want to go through with the plan of killing the king and that since he is destined to become the king he does not need to risk his chances of becoming king.