In the last scene of Act 3, what problems are plaguing Scotland?

In the last scene of Act 3, what problems are plaguing Scotland?

In the last scene of Act 3, what problems are plaguing Scotland?

In the last scene of Act 3, what problems are plaguing Scotland?

According to Lennox and the lord to whom he is speaking in Act III, Scene 6, all the problems that Scotland is facing have been caused by the way Macbeth is ruling as king.  They hope that he will soon be overthrown so Scotland can be free from tyranny.The problems that they are complaining about are pretty neatly summed up in the following passage, spoken by “Lord.”  He says that if Macbeth is overthrown,we may againGive to our tables meat, sleep to our nights,Free from our feasts and banquets bloody knives, Do faithful homage and receive free honors.All which we pine for nowSo he is saying that they are going hungry in Scotland.  He says that there are murders at feasts and banquets.  And he says that people are no longer being honored by the king.
In the last scene of Act 3, what problems are plaguing Scotland?
In the last scene of Act 3, what problems are plaguing Scotland?
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In the last scene of Act 3, what problems are plaguing Scotland?
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