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In act III of Shakespeare's Macbeth, which two statements correctly state the significance of the banquet scene?

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Well there are no statements but the banquet, Macbeth’s will never know peace.  He is both haunted by what he has done and he is paranoid that tells that despite his achievements there will be someone who will threaten what he has gained.  This prompts him to see the three sisters once more.  

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