Difference Between Macbeth And Lady Macduff

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As people grow, they change to adapt to their lives. William Shakespeare’s Macbeth involves three main dynamic characters. A dynamic character is one that changes his or her personality or attitude throughout a story. Lady Macbeth is dynamic because she is a strong woman that turns weak. She begins to feel weak when she is guilty of persuading her husband to kill King Duncan. Macduff is dynamic because he is a loyal Scotsman that turns against his king in the end. Macduff is determined to kill Macbeth after finding out Macbeth caused his family’s death. Macbeth is dynamic because he begins as a loyal man but changes by adapting evil ways. Once he becomes king he kills anyone that gets in the way of his power.
Lady Macbeth is a dynamic character
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Many people admire Macbeth because he is a loyal and honourable Scotsman. In the first act of the play a wounded soldier says, “For brave Macbeth (well he deserves the name), / Disdaining Fortune, with his brandished steel.” The solider is saying that Macbeth is courageous on the battlefield and in life. He is a brave man who deserves his title and should be proud of who he is. The first sign of Macbeth changing is when his wife, Lady Macbeth, convinces him to kill his friend King Duncan. Another sign of Macbeth changing was when he believes the witches prophecy and fantasizes about what it would be like to be the king. Macbeth becomes selfish and kills Duncan so that he can be king. Macbeth becomes selfish so that he can keep his position as king. Macbeth begins to kill everyone that gets in his way of his throne. Macbeth eventually loses all emotion and allows his ambition to consume him. When Macbeth finds out that his wife has died he says, “Out, out, brief candle!/ Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player/ That struts and frets his hour upon the stage.” (5.5.23-25) Macbeth is saying that life doesn’t have any meaning to him anymore. He believes that life ends quickly and we will all be forgotten. This quote proves that Macbeth is cold hearted and does not care about others. His actions cause him to be hated which leads to many people wanting to dethrone him. By the end of the play, Macbeth is killed by Macduff. Macbeth transforms from being a loyal, well liked man to an impulsive man who kills anyone that gets in his
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