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Lady Macbeth And Macbeth Comparative Essay
Have you ever had a goal or ambition in life. Everyday there are many people who is willing to do everything just to achieve their goals, especially for those who will benefit them. In many instances there are a lot of reasons behind the success of a man. This is exemplified in the first act of “Macbeth”. In William Shakespeare, “Macbeth”, Lady Macbeth appears to be more ruthless than Macbeth because she is excited about murdering Duncan, she manipulates Macbeth, and shows a lack of remorse following Duncan’s murder. Lady Macbeth was more excited than Macbeth about killing Duncan because she has the ambition to gain more power. In “act 1 scene 5”as she read the letter she knows about the meeting with the witch and the prediction about Macbeth. This example proves that with that prediction of the witches it driven Lady Macbeth’s violence and cruelty. Also “In act 1 scene 5”Lady Macbeth was having a speech and said this word, “you spirit that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here and fill me from the crown to toe top-full of direst cruelty” as she waits for the arrival of the king. This shows that she is willing to do everything just to seize the throne. This example proves that before the murdering of Duncan the real prime behind killing Duncan was Lady Macbeth because her ambition was strong enough to driven her husband inner thought to move forward Prior on killing Duncan, Macbeth was being manipulated by Lady Macbeth because Macbeth was having uncertainty about whether he really wants to take the throne. “In act 1 scene 7” while they were having a celebration on their castle Macbeth paces and debate himself as he said this to himself “If it were done when ‘tis done, then ‘twere well, it were done quickly” because he knew the king trusted him for what he has done. But with Lady Macbeth influence she asked Macbeth’s manhood, “wouldst thou have that, which thou esteem’st the ornament of life, and live a coward in...
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