well i have a couple of questions about the tragedy of macbeth that i have no clue how to answer so if you could lend me some help i'll appriciate it.
it's act 2:
Q1) Though Macbeth encounters no actual opposition until long after Duncan is murdered, Shakespeare must foreshadow some trouble for him. To build up suspense, Shakespeare edges one character toward suspicion of Macbeth. Who is this character, and what inkling does he give of his dissatisfaction with Macbeth?
Q2) Macduff becomes an important character in the three remaining acts. Describe how Shakespeare characterizes him in Act 2?