After reading a brief summary and seeing clips on YouTube, a got afraid when I saw the witches at a

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After reading a brief summary and seeing clips on YouTube, a got afraid when I saw the witches at a thunderous night. The outward appearance of the witches scared me because they considered one of the supernatural elements in the play. The prophecies lead Macbeth to become more greedy and ambitious about things which lead him to commit bad deeds. King Duncan’s kindness toward Macbeth and his wife made me feel that king is very justice and appreciate his general victory by giving him the new title the thane of Cawdor. I got angry when Macbeth went to King Duncan’s room and killed him without any mercy. This view leads me to feel that the innocent king floating in his blood harshly and violently by the betraying Macbeth. Lady Macbeth…show more content…
This is shown when she told her husband to kill King Duncan and gets the throne. Macbeth tells his wife that her “Bring forth men – children only! for thy undaunted mettle should compose nothing but males.” (1, 7). This makes him hope that she will only give birth to male children. Lady Macbeth is the driving force that encourages Macbeth to overcome his strong sense of guilt and take action on the prophecies. She is plotting for King Duncan’s murder to get the throne of Scotland. She is stronger, ambitious, and greedy than her husband. Lady Macbeth persistently taunts her husband for his lack of courage and challenges Macbeth to commit murder of King Duncan. Specifically, she mocked the masculinity of Macbeth in order to commit the murder. She said “But screw your courage to the sticking-place, And we'll not fail”. In this regard, Lady Macbeth appears to switch characters with Macbeth midway through the play. Although most famous for her cruelty and lines such as "unsex me here," the decline of Lady Macbeth is also of great interest and certainly a mysterious aspect of Macbeth.
Lady Macbeth’s character often separates from the unsexed character she wishes to be. When the death of Duncan is announced, Lady Macbeth faints in order to stop Macbeth from indicting himself with the murder. This attempt to help her husband is very noble, but her attempt again proves her to be feminine. Fainting is a very feminine act, and makes her look weak. In general, Lady Macbeth shows

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