A fort in Scotland. The location of a battle between Macbeth and Malcolm mac Duncan.
Dunsinnan Term Timeline in Lady Macbeth
The timeline below shows where the term Dunsinnan appears in Lady Macbeth. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Malcolm is buried at Iona. Macbeth goes with the escort, but Gruadh remains at Dunsinnan. Gruadh reflects on Lady Sybilla, who is “effectively queen,” although because she is Saxon can... (full context)
...of time together while their husbands are away. The morning Gruadh is set to leave Dunsinnan, Lady Sybilla asks Gruadh to promise that if she dies, Gruadh will watch over her... (full context)
...failed, and many Scottish men were slain in the process. Now, Duncan has returned to Dunsinane and complains that he failed because he did not have the support of Moray’s troops.... (full context)
...and branches and disguising themselves until they were close to Macbeth’s encampment between Dunkeld and Dunsinnan. Gruadh notes that annals state Macbeth was defeated, when in reality both leaders were wounded... (full context)