Shakespeare leads you along one path of thought, to then divert your thoughts onto another. Though she may appear the same when focusing on her physical appearance, there are several physical changes in her mental health. She claims that he is not manly enough because he is hesitant of performing the violent deed of murdering the King. To commit the murder of King Duncan Lady Macbeth calls upon the spirits that tend on mortal thoughts. Lastly, Banquo gets suspicious about Macbeth, then he hires people to kill Banquo. Macbeth does not consort with his wife about their murder, which is on of the early signs that their relationship is beginning to deteriorate due to the tension caused by the original murder.
At the end of the play, she virtually became a psychiatric patient who was in desperate need of mental healthcare. Those who are around them also are caught in the crossfire of their action. They knew all along what would happen to him in the end. He is hubris, as well as an opportunist. If Macbeth becomes king by murdering many people, she can reap the benefits of his killing without doing anything. It was during the sixteenth century that he wrote the tragedy of Macbeth. Macbeth is a very dense read with a lot of information and different characters.
Depending on the appearance something has we form an opinion about it. This quote shows that Lady Macbeth is taking care of killing Duncan because she desperately wants to become queen because it may give her respect and make more people care about her because she is only cared about by herself and her husband Macbeth. Although I have expressed unsympathetic views about Lady Macbeth, I do feel that a certain amount of sympathy arises from Act 5 Scene 1, which tends to hide her previous evil deeds. Yet it also has a dangerous side, when it becomes too great and out of control. She is the one who convinces Macbeth to kill all those people, and therefore ending in series of mental and emotional problems.
In this essay I am going to talk about Lady Macbeth and whether she was a good or bad person. That striking metaphor compels me to sympathise with Lady Macbeths downfall because, like Macbeth, she could have been a good, honest ruler. By controlling and manipulating Macbeth to perform her plan, Lady Macbeth exhibits superiority and dominance over her husband. Macbeth it seems wants to. He wrote many plays, sonnets, plays, and narrative plays.
This is his first step on the trip to his death, as the witches had planned. Her burning ambition to be queen is the single feature that developed far beyond that of her counterpart in the historical story he used as his source. The first example of her determination is apparent in her soliloquy, which is started off with a tone of certainty and conviction. Lady Macbeth tells her husband to put everything in her hands, taking charge and covering for him because he is not in the state of mind to do it himself. There is a defined relationship between manipulation and ambition in this play. You must support all points you make by quotation from and reference to the play.
In Act 1, Scene 5 we can see that Lady Macbeth is very ambitious for Macbeth. Either life is produced or death rains down, love is shown to many or hate grows into the monster that it is. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, although their characters may seem similar, they are in fact different in many aspects. For thy undaunted mettle should compose nothing but males. Blanche Coles states in Shakespeare's Four Giants that the protagonist's ambition was not the usual narrow, personal ambition: He has admitted to a vaulting ambition.
Macbeth is a play by William Shakespeare. When he leaves his loving family to flee to England to join Malcolm, Macbeth has Macduff's wife and children murdered. She is the most influential person in Macbeth's downfall, next to the witches. What is unusual about this is the fact that at this period in time, the man typically was the one controlling the relationship, but in this case, for a lot of the time it is in fact Lady Macbeth that is the dominant force in their relationship. She dies off-stage in the last act, an apparent suicide. When she embarks on a passionate affair with a young worker on her husband's estate, a force is unleashed inside her, so powerful that she will stop at nothing to get what she wants.
However some people do not agree. Both the witches and Lady Macbeth are very capable at gaining the trust of Macbeth, though both use very different accomplish their goal. But I would also argue that she entailed evil to fuel her sleeping ambition that would make her nemesis, her mental collapse, fully justified. The devised plan by Lady Macbeth further shows her great ambition to become Queen of Scotland. The letter shows us of the close relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, and shows us that the deepest secrets of the heart were revealed to each other. Her role was so large, in fact, that she uses her position to gain power, stay strong enough to support her unstable Lord, and fails horribly while their relationship falls apart.