ISC Macbeth Workbook Answers : Act 5 Scene 9

Welcome to our blog post ISC Macbeth Workbook Answers : Act 5, Scene 9 of William Shakespeare’s timeless masterpiece, “Macbeth.” As dedicated learners and educators, we recognize the importance of unraveling the nuances of Shakespearean literature, which is why we’ve curated this comprehensive guide specifically tailored to the ISC curriculum.

Within this blog, we’ll explore Act 5, Scene 9, utilizing the meticulously crafted workbook provided by Morning Star publishers. Our objective is to not only present multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and detailed answers but also to foster a deeper comprehension of the play’s themes, characters, and linguistic complexities.

While our responses are structured based on the workbook, we encourage students to use this resource as a springboard for their own exploration. Shakespeare’s works offer rich layers of interpretation, inviting individual analysis. Therefore, feel empowered to adapt and personalize our insights to suit your unique learning style and needs.

Whether you’re striving for academic excellence or simply eager to unravel the depths of “Macbeth,” join us on this enlightening journey through Act 5, Scene 9. Let’s embark on an adventure where Shakespeare’s words transcend time, captivating minds across generations.

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Workbook Summary :

Young Siward Killed : There is jubilation in Malcolm’s camp. The battle is won. Malcolm, and his forces gather in another part of the battlefield. They take stock of their gains and losses in the battle. Malcolm finds that Macduff and Siward’s noble son are not seen among the crowd. Ross tells Siward that his son has died on the battlefield. He had proved his bravery while fighting on the battlefield. Furthermore, he proved his valour by meeting his death like a man of immense courage.

Liberation of Scotland : When Malcolm and the nobles lament for the death of Young Siward, Macduff enters the scene carrying Macbeth’s severed head set on a pole. Finally, the usurper of the throne of Scotland is killed; and Malcolm, the rightful heir to the throne is now king. Macduff hails him as king. He displays to all, the accursed head of the cruel and despotic usurper. Their country is now safe and peace will prevail soon in Scotland. Malcolm is surrounded by all his nobles conveying to him good wishes. Macduff appeals to them to join him when he acclaims Malcolm as the King of Scotland.

New King : Malcolm on his part rewards his thanes and friends with the title of Earls. Scotland has conferred this title on her men for the first time. The new king promises to welcome back his countrymen who had fled to foreign lands. He refers to Macbeth and Lady Macbeth as the dead butcher and his devilish queen who took her life with her own violent hands. Besides thanking all those who are present on the scene, he invites them for his coronation at Scone.

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Workbook MCQs :

1. What is meant by the term ‘a soldier’s debt?
(a) A soldier’s duty for his nation
(b) A soldier’s life
(c) A soldier’s duty for his family
(d) A soldier’s promise

Answer :- (b) A soldier’s life

2. Who is said to have paid ‘a soldier’s debt’ in this scene?
(a) Siward’s son
(b) Macduff
(c) Macbeth
(d) Ross

Answer :- (a) Siward’s son 

3. Who is said to have died like a man’
(a) Macbeth
(b) Banquo
(c) Siward’s son
(d) King Duncan

Answer :- (c) Siward’s son 

4. What is indicated by Malcolm’s victory in this scene?
(a) Victory of brave over coward
(b) The restoration of natural order in this scene
(c) The restoration of the rule of a coalition
(d) None of the above.

Answer :- (b) The restoration of natural order in this scene 

5. Malcolm rewards his Generals with which title ‘the first that ever in Scotland?
(a) Baron
(b) Viscount
(c) Count
(d) Earls

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6. What do you understand by ‘cheaply bought’?
(a) Won with a slight loss of lives.
(b) Obtained easily.
(c) Won without fighting a bloody battle.
(d) Purchased by paying off enemy soldiers.

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7. Who is the ‘dead butcher’?
(a) Malcolm
(b) Macbeth
(c) Banquo
(d) Macduff

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8. What is the importance of Scone?
(a) It houses the king’s palace
(b) It is where the coronation ceremony occurs
(c) It is where the dead kings are buried
(d) All of the above.

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