MAcbeth

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MAcbeth




From the beginning of the story , Lady Macbeth encourages
her Husband to do what he must to gain te throne. "That I may pour my spirts in thine ear
chastise with the valor of my tongue all that impedes thee from the golden round"(339).
Now with her wicked thoughts of her so loved husband.

However, do they really think that Macbeth would have committed this murder if his wife
haith not been at his ear? Can they really think that he would have been able to kill the
king if his wife had not been at his side? Lady Macbeth seems fears and fearless with the
attitude that she carries on, but as the story goes on her attitude goes for a spin she
has now turned her attitude into worry and panic.

Lady Macbeth seems a bit crazy because of the way she speaks. It seems as she has no
fears." Come, you spirt that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here, and fill me, from the
crown to the toe, top-full of desire cruelty! Make thick my blood; stop up the access and
passage to remors."(340) She calls on evil to fill her heart and soul with evil. No other
way will she accomplish what she must . She asks for strength to commit such a crime. How
far will one go to have what its' heart desires. At this point Lady Macbeth is willing to
make her husband risk it all for the throne. She prepares her husband for the crime. Lady
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