Term Paper on Lady Macbeth

This essay has a total of 320 words and 2 pages.

Lady Macbeth

She is ambitious with an unquenchable thirst for achievement and hierarchy. She begins as
being invincible and slyly successful but ends up being reduced to an unconfident,
depressed person that acts in a psychotic manner. She tries to give the impression that
she is brave and unaffected after the slayings of Duncan and Banquo, but as the play goes
on, the more we see Lady Macbeth crumble and grow mentally weaker.

Her attitude towards other people, apart from Macbeth leads them to believe that she is a
reserved and well mannered woman who will stick by her noble partner, no matter what.
However, towards Macbeth her attitude indicates that she is hungry for success and will do
anything for Macbeth to secure the crown.

She can easily fool other people into thinking that among other things; she is fragile and
should be treated with care. This is exhibited when she faints during a scene in which
Macbeth is doing a little too much talking about the murder of Duncan.



"Come you spirits that tend on my mortal thoughts, unsex me here and fill me from crown to
toe full of direst cruelty; make thick my blood, stop the access and passage to
remorse……The affect and it. Come to my woman's breasts and take my milk for gall, you
murdering ministers" (Act 1, Scene 5, Lines 39-47)
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