Cedric Divinadira vs. Lady Macbeth

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Lady Macbeth's motivation was based solely upon the drive to fulfill her husband's ambition and make her husband king she is determined that she will make the witches prophecy come true. She prepares herself to work her husband into a murderous state of mind. She is loving to her husband but at the same time very ambitious with her determination for Macbeth to be king. This outcome will benefit her and her husband equally. Later on, the burden of Lady Macbeth's conscience becomes too great for her and her mental and physical condition deteriorates. Both Lady Macbeth and Cedric Divinadira were both pushed to the edge by guilt. On January 2, 2002 Cedric was involved in the dumping of Alona Bacolod’s body after she was murdered by her husband Ruben Ecleo. He kept it hidden for almost two years then he finally surrendered. Lady Macbeth, unlike Cedric she convinced her husband Macbeth to kill Duncan to get the crown. She then had a downfall because of the guilt she was feeling, which pushed her to the edge into taking he own life. Cedric Divinadira stood up for his own actions. ...

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