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At the beginning of the play, Macbeth writes a hasty letter to his wife upon hearing the prophecies that he will someday be king. Lady Macbeth defies stereotypes and immediately decides that she must manipulate her husband to become king in order to make a statement and prove her validity. While Macbeth is content to let fate lead him to the throne, ... ... middle of paper ... ...Rosa Parks, Hilary Clinton, and women who participated in bra burnings have all protested and have accomplished immeasurable feats by acting radically. Accordingly, their voices are heard all because of their daring, dramatic outcries. Works Cited Adelman, Janet.