Lady Macbeth

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The transformation of ones character through out the years of experience and age is wholesome. To lower somebody's character through a very quick period of time of fast decisions and unsure actions is going to expose them to danger or injury. In the play Lady Macbeth proves this to be true. The emotional mistakes shredded the journey Lady Macbeth puts down throughout this play and eventually ends in her death. She feels overpowered by everything that is happening in two ways, both mentally and physically and decides to end her own life. Play Macbeth by William Shakespeare shows two proper ordinary nobles whose lives twisted together in a whirlwind of power and the crazy resulting in their plunge. They were so caught up in this selfish world they forgot to consider the consequences of their actions. Lady Macbeth loses her sight of rationality from the beginning of the play to the end. She imagines an image of cruelness and believes she can handle the invasion of evil to her soul and mind. She shows a strong sense of control in which she has the power to do anything. As Macbeth becomes less depended on her she loses more and more control. She loses control over Macbeth, but mostly of herself proving to the audience her unsteady truth. Her character slowly falls apart and loses control of her husband.

Throughout the length of the play Lady Macbeth's weak and tender nature is revealed. Lady Macbeth has all of the control and authority over Macbeth, yet deep down she never had these characteristics to start with. The double character in Lady Macbeth's character plays a huge part in planning a plan for Macbeth's fall and decrease in his kingship. In the beginning of the play she is introduced as a strong, dominant, controlling wife with a huge obsession to get the kingship for Macbeth. Her weak and uncontroling condition is only shown at the end of the play. However we all notice this in the way that Macbeth addresses her. It is only shown in private actually how...
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