Time to assemble what we have to far and to clean it up. Copy-paste your favorite quotes from #1, then your response to #2 below. Then copy-paste your favorite quotes from #3, then your response to #4 after that. Then copy-paste your response to #5. Re-read what you have. At this point you have the beginnins of your second body paragraph! But it needs work, obviously. You need:
1. A topic sentence describing Macbeth's flaw or error in judgment.
2. Those quotes are just dropped in there naked and quivering! They need clothes! You need to weave the quotations by giving context and connecting them. I can help you with this! (Don't forget to leave the citation(s); you can separate multiple ones with a semi-colon...ex: 1.3.35; 2.1.45-58).
3. You need transitions between these blobs of text you pasted in...use transitional phrases to show how your ideas are connected--ESPECIALLY between your first chunk and the second.
4. You should end by stating what you have proven...find a way to encapsulate Macbeth's flaw in some memorable way.
Do all of those things and you'll have a pretty uh-mazing Body Paragraph.