evil. Lady Macbeth became a victim of her own imagination and in the end she recognises this. From this time such. Lady Macbeth is introduced as she reads a letter from her husband regarding pIRACY AND INDIANS IN THE NEW WORLD his new title and the prophesies of the three weird sisters. Thou wouldst be great, Art not without ambition, but without the illness should attend it Lady Macbeth is explaining her feelings that she is major part in Macbeths future.
Two of Lady Macbeths main qualities expressed are ambition and guilt. In this instance, Macbeth is being looked down upon Lady Macbeth which in itself questions his masculinity. It is ironic, therefore, that she later commits suicide when the extent of her and her husband's malice persistently gnaws at her conscience and drives her over the edge. Was Macbeth really responsible for the murders committed? She is confident in her ability to successfully plot Duncan's murder and, therefore, is comfortable in telling her husband to allow her to make all the necessary arrangements for their pernicious plot, for this will ensure them future glory when they, as king and queen. Macbeth: Who's to Blame? Shakespeare has taken the stereotypical image of the women of the time and turned it on its head in Macbeth. She manages to persuade him by, once again, taking the lead. Her malicious desire is further supported by the words: He that's coming, must be provided for. I think she helped him along, but it is clearly his own responsibility as well. She also believes that he cannot do it alone. Lady Macbeth is a very strong character; she believes that she is the most intelligent and powerful.
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