Banquo say at the beginning of Act III is aware of the unfair play of Macbeth but the descants go to him for heir. Thank you for posting your question here at I hope the answer will help you. Feel free to ask more questions here.
Banquo is wondering if macbeth took the crown unjustly
Not an answer but i am wondering if anyone has taken the unit test for this on Edge and if they can please help me on this test called Elizabethan Drama: Macbeth please help
In my opinion, the correct answer is D. If Macbeth took the crown unjustly. Banquo thinks about Macbeth's ascension to the throne and says "I fear tThou played’st most foully for ’t" - which means that Macbeth probably cheated somehow. However, as much as Banquo suspects Macbeth's intentions and means, he doesn't think that Macbeth would kill him. He doesn't suspect the witches' prophecy either, as it turned out to be true. And that prophecy didn't mention his (Banquo's) getting the crown, so he doesn't mention it. In this monologue, he considers the future and thinks if the prophecy would be fulfilled for him, as it was for Macbeth.