Act 1 Scene 5 Mcbeth

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How does Shakespeare portray Lady Macbeth’s state of mind in her first speech (“The raven was hoarse…”) and how does the speech relate to the plays concerns with ambition?

Lady Macbeth’s soliloquy (Act I scene 5 lines 37-52) provides a vivid insight into her twisted state of mind as she creates initial plans to murder Duncan in order to fulfill the prophecy the witches made and have Macbeth become the King.

The first lines of the speech reveal her first dark thoughts on killing Duncan. “The raven himself is hoarse/ That croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan/ Under my battlements.” Carries the symbol of the

How does Shakespeare portray Lady Macbeth’s state of mind in her first speech (“The raven was hoarse…”) and how does the speech relate to the plays concerns with ambition?

Lady Macbeth’s soliloquy (Act I scene 5 lines 37-52) provides a vivid insight into her twisted state of mind as she creates initial plans to murder Duncan in order to fulfill the prophecy the witches made and have Macbeth become the King.

The first lines of the speech reveal her first dark thoughts on killing Duncan. “The raven himself is hoarse/ That croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan/ Under my battlements.” Carries the symbol of the

How does Shakespeare portray Lady Macbeth’s state of mind in her first speech (“The raven was hoarse…”) and how does the speech relate to the plays concerns with ambition?

Lady Macbeth’s soliloquy (Act I scene 5 lines 37-52) provides a vivid insight into her twisted state of mind as she creates initial plans to murder Duncan in order to fulfill the prophecy the witches made and have Macbeth become the King.

The first lines of the speech reveal her first dark thoughts on killing Duncan. “The raven himself is hoarse/ That croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan/ Under my battlements.” Carries the symbol of the
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