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Lady Macbeth will not give up though, and instead begins to try to further lure Macbeth into participating in her corrupt plans. Eventually she is successful in doing this, and Macbeth murders Duncan. Lady Macbeth lit a spark of evil in Macbeth that turned into his destruction. Macbeth became power hungry and murdered many others in order to have it. Lady Macbeth turned her loyal, honorable husband into a corrupt fool.
This trait of greed is apparent as Macbeth’s character is developed by the way he begins to handle situations, such as murdering Macduff’s family. To conclude, Lady Macbeth knows as a woman, she cannot collect the wealth and power she deeply craves. As his wife, she uses her power in their relationship to manipulate
Lady Macbeth is the most skilled at persuading others, especially her husband, into believe things that are not true. The above quote, spoken by Lady Macbeth to her husband, shows exactly how manipulative and deceiving she can be. She is telling Macbeth to look and act pure, but to be evil inside. Macbeth, evidently led by his wife, but also by his own ambitions, is likewise guilty of deception. He deceives his best friend Banquo, King Duncan, as well as his public.
The accused young man had to depend on the princess's decision, who could've saved the young man's life by telling him which door to open. I think the princess directed the young man to the door of death. The princess that we are talking about was the daughter of the king, so it is easy to see that barbarism was in her blood. She knew the woman that the king picked for the young man and she hated her. The princess believed that the woman that was picked was trying to have an affair with the young man from the begining and the princess never wanted something like this to happen.
In The Crucible, Arthur Miller shows that the tragedy of the Salem Witch Trials stems from human failings, particularly the need for vengeance, greed, and fear. Abigail Williams is an example of all three. Her fear prompts her to first accuse random women, her need for vengeance directs her toward Elizabeth, and her greed for power affects the lives of everyone around her. Individual flaws, when acted on collectively, inevitably cause the downfall of Salem.