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What is Banquo's problem at the beginning of this act?
He is disturbed that there are no stars out tonight.
He cannot sleep as horrible thoughts are bothering him.
Banquo feels he cannot sleep while the king is away from home.
Duncan has called on Banquo to see him, and Banquo cannot sleep until that duty is fulfilled.
Banquo is bothered by the king's generosity to the Macbeths instead of to himself.