Taking up an apple, he becomes Banquo; taking up a doll he is Malcolm, son of slain King Duncan.
He stared at it pallidly, like Macbeth at the ghost of Banquo.
And "Banquo" was the word that the Administrator telegraphed.
To Banquo a somewhat similar intimation is given, but no foul thought of crime suggests itself for an instant to his loyal nature.
The black-haired pianist shook his locks at her like Banquo.
The horrible tattooed face rose into view like Banquo's ghost.
Why does the ghost of Banquo appear to Macbeth, and not the ghost of Duncan?
Banquo, who is said by the King to have 'no less deserved,' receives as yet mere thanks.
Banquo at the feast indeed could not have been more dejected.
The toast was drunk as the ghost of Banquo entered for the second time.