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Change In Macbeth's Speech

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Within her final lines of the speech, she finishes her spell and wishes the very setting to change along with her. The famously stormy dark night on which Duncan is killed appears to be brought on by lady Macbeth’s own wishes: “Come, thick night… the dunnest smoke of hell…the blanket of the dark…” (1.5.57-60) The murder and evil that must be done must be covered up and have a fitting background. Her battlements are turned to something out of hell, and the acts of murder are done in a nightmarish scene within Macbeth’s home. Her change has finally come, and she is able to feel no remorse or second thought, she is able to push her husband to murder and take the crown along with him without blinking an eye at what they have done. Her genderless

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  • Analyzes how lady macbeth finishes her spell and wishes the setting to change along with her. her battlements are turned to something out of hell, and the acts of murder are done in a nightmarish scene.
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