In the Shakespearian play, Macbeth cannot be solely responsibly for the tyranny that he causes. Macbeths close relationship with lady Macbeth and his own ambitions to become king lead him to many evil actions. This relationship causes many fatalities, which is turn leads to changes in the personality of lady Macbeth and this can be seen, as she has difficulty in coping with the situation that she has put herself in. However, slow reactions by other characters in the play, may have been the cause many unnecessary events to occur. But, theses may not have mattered is it wasn’t for the apparitions given to two characters by the evil sisters, these prophecies and apparitions can be seen as the spark to all the tyranny is William Shakespeare ‘Macbeth’.
At first Macbeth seems to be a loyal and brave servant to his country and King. But, his relationship with his wife and his desire to become king cause him to live a life of many harmful actions. These actions cause a huge change in his characters personality. However, to say that he is the only man responsible for the tyranny in ‘Macbeth’ is ludicrous. Although he is somewhat to blame for his ruthless rule, his close relationship with his ‘dearest love’ motivates him to complete the evil ‘deed’. Becoming king, Macbeth has a responsibility to protect and serve his country, a job, which he does poorly. Instead of this, he proceeds with the evil, and kills his best friend in Banquo. Even after being haunted by the ghost of Banquo, he continues his tyrannical run by destroying the household of Macduff, all because he was a threat to his kingship as show to him by apparitions. However, Lady Macbeth can’t escape the involvement in sparking the monster called Macbeth.
Upon hearing the news that her husband has received prophecies the he ‘shalt be king,’ she instantly tries to conjure up a plan to kill King Duncan. She even goes to