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Macbeth And Lady Macbeth By William Shakespeare

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At the point when two individuals are in the same circumstance you can accept that their feelings or thoughts would be similar in nature. As it may, every individual has their own diverse characteristics which can be appeared in their emotions and activities to the occasion. This is clearly illustrated through Duncan 's murder in the story Macbeth between the two characters Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Their responses are shown through their initial reaction to the thought of murdering Duncan, immediately prior to the murder of Duncan, and immediately after the murder of Duncan.

Duncan was a kind and good man, and if Macbeth were to kill Duncan, then he would be the bad guy. Macbeth found that there was no reason to kill Duncan other than
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She wants to be queen, which brings power and wealth. They 're certainly wealthy already, but the crown brings new lands and castles which shows that Lady Macbeth is very power-hungry. She also wants what men have, though she can 't be king, since she 's female, so Macbeth becoming king is the next best thing. After hearing about this opportunity Lady Macbeth jumped all over it and the obvious plan to her was to murder King Duncan.

Lady Macbeth is ambitious just like her husband. She wants to be queen, which brings power and wealth. They 're certainly wealthy already, but the crown brings new lands and castles which shows that Lady Macbeth is very power-hungry. She also wants what men have, though she can 't be king, since she 's female, so Macbeth becoming king is the next best thing. After hearing about this opportunity Lady Macbeth jumped all over it and the obvious plan to her was to murder King Duncan.

Before Macbeth kills Duncan he felt nervous and very guilty. You can clearly see this in the part (in Act II, Scene 1) where he has the vision of the bloody dagger. This shows that he is uncertain about what he is about to do. “To prick the sides of my intent, but only, Vaulting ambition, which o 'erleaps itself, And falls on th ' other" (1.7.25-28). He notices that he has no motivation to go out and kill Duncan besides his ambition. Nothing is motivating him forward. In the rest of this scene, Lady Macbeth acts as this spark.
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