At the end of the play, the opposite is true: Lady Mecbeth feels guiltier than mecbeth.. Guilt is responsible for the death of Lady Macbeth and Macbeth. In Act II, Scene ii, Macbeth regrets the murder of Duncan as soon as he kills the king. He finds it impossible to pray after Duncan’s two sons waken from a nightmare pray and fall back to sleep : "I had most need of blessing, and "Amen" / Stuck in my throat. "(II;ii;32-3) On the other hand Lady Macbeth tells him to forget about the murder because if they keep thinking of the crime, it will make them both crazy: Consider it not so deeply.
Macbeth gives the reader insight to a world that is beyond the understanding of a regular human being, and shows the reader a side of life that is dark. As Macbeth progresses as a person, he begins to come in contact with a life that is so unfamiliar to him. The witches, apparitions, and hallucinations try to send Macbeth a message, but in reality these three supernatural things only destroy Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Macbeth was given the layout of his kingship by the witches, and as a weak individual he allowed his wife to make the visions of the witches come to life. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth were a greedy couple, and the intensity of killing a person led to hallucinations, killing more people, and the three apparitions.
We often say there is no love other than mothers love but the character of Duchess conflict that. Duchess of York is very vague character, confused in way and mother of monstrous. She seems very patient with Richard III at the being of the play; nonetheless explore her hatred at the end of the play. She is a widowed mother, of Clarence, King Edward IV and Richard III. Duchess of York has very bad relationship with her son due to his erroneous action during the play, Richard has committed crimes, and killed the closest people to him and others just to achieve kingdom and be next in the throne.
Finally, when Malcolm and Donalbain flee the country, they lose part of their future due to being uncourageous. In his play Macbeth, Shakespeare shows that those who disregard the kingly graces will suffer immensely in the future. When Lady Macbeth lacks honesty, she suffers of great guilt, which will eventually end her life. Lady Macbeth is the dishonest mastermind behind her husband’s actions. Macbeth would not have committed the crime if Lady Macbeth wasn’t lying to him and encouraging him.
When Juliet notices that Romeo drank poison and had killed himself, she was not only upset about his death but also seemed more upset that he “left no friendly drop to help me after! I will kiss thy lips. Haply some poison yet doth hang on them” (Shakespeare V.iii.168-170). This bond that seems to be unbreakable between them causes more harm than it would have if they were not together like society would want them to be. During this time period in the 16th century, the parents usually arranged marriages, so this goes completely against societal
“The image of family life in the play represents a different story of experience” (McFarland 3). There was not a happy ending to King Lear and I believe Shakespeare used this to show people that evil does exist in the world. He also shows that when the allocation of power arises, people will go to above and beyond to get what they want. Goneril’s lust for power was satisfied from scene one, but the lust she had for Edmund never was satisfied—even until her death. “Goneril and Regan are vicious and unfaithful to each other” and Goneril is the one who turns on her sister and the alliance they both had in scene one was destroyed (Cohen 5).
Firstly, Gertrude followed a wicked man willingly. It was revealed that she did in fact knew of Claudius’s sinister ways when Hamlet confronted Gertrude in her bedroom chambers, and Hamlet chastised his mother for all her wrong doing and the murderer she proclaims to love. Gertrude could not handle his scorn and asked Hamlet to stop, because the guilt was too much to bare. She did not react to Hamlet calling Claudius a murderer or denied it, but Gertrude did run to Claudius after the confrontation with Hamlet. It can be heavily assumed that she knew of his wicked ways, but only seen him as her loving husband.
And, in knowing that in this time period, it was sometimes thought that the witches had the ability to reverse the natural order of things, Macbeth knew that he should be suspicious of the words of the Wëird Sisters. This scene brings into the play the idea of fate and the role with which it has in the pl... ... middle of paper ... ... the play’s tragic conclusion. The killing of Duncan started an unstoppable chain of events that ends with the murder of Macbeth and the suicide of Lady Macbeth. Macbeth, in the beginning had all of the qualities of an honorable gentleman who could become anything, but he took the wrong path to becoming what he wanted. Although Macbeth may have questioned the validity of the witches’ prophecies, he was tempted and refused to listen to his own reasoning.
We no that Macbeth needs a lot of persuading by lady Macbeth to kill king Duncan but the three witches also took a part in it because if it was not for them he would have never told lady Macbeth about it. Lady Macbeth called Macbeth a coward which was an insult because Macbeth was a brave warrior, and also told him that he was too full of the mi... ... middle of paper ... ...u can picture in your head what the characters looks like by there use of language that Shakespeare wrote. The play Macbeth is affective because the language ‘Shakespearian’ says things in shorter form like ‘seat’ – Pleasant location nice setting. Macbeth’s character was hard to understand to start with because it didn’t introduce him well. His first line in the play ‘so foul and fair a day I have not seen’, by this he means I have never seen a day that is so disgustingly filthy and beautiful, then Banquo says: How far is it to the town of forres?
However, this argument faults because Macbeth could have interpreted the terms that The Witches used. This situation does not stray far from when Macbeth first heard prophecy that he would be king as well as Banquo’s children. The answer shows clearly, but Macbeth ignores it. Not because he does not understand, but because he fears to face the inevitable result of losing his throne. So it would not be correct to declare Macbeth’s carelessness on his insanity because he did the same careless actions before he