Why do Malcolm and Donalbain flee Scotland Act 2 Scene 3?
What does Lady Macbeth say she would be able to do if she had promised it?
The accusation that Malcolm and Donalbain were responsible for the murder of their father is ironic because they fled for their lives and were accused of fleeing because they were afraid of being charged with the murder. The main accuser is undoubtedly Macbeth, who wants to be elected king to replace Duncan.
Why are Malcolm and Donalbain suspected of paying the Chamberlains guards to kill their father lines 31 34 )?
Lady Macbeth suddenly faints, and both Macduff and Banquo call for someone to attend to her. Malcolm and Donalbain whisper to each other that they are not safe, since whoever killed their father will probably try to kill them next.
Why are Malcolm and Donalbain suspects int he murder of their father? They left without word and right after their father was murdered. Malcolm has a motive and it’s to expedite his way to the throne. Running means you’re guilty.
Which of the following best explains why Malcolm and Donalbain flee Macbeth’s castle at the end of the tragedy of Macbeth Act II?
At the end of Act 2 Scene 3 in Macbeth, Malcolm and Donalbain decide to flee Scotland–Malcolm to England and Donalbain to Ireland. The brothers fear that the murderer is still among them, and they do not want to risk their lives by staying around.