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    The Guilt of Lady Macbeth Everyone is influenced by other people, including leaders or authority, to make the wrong decisions at some point in their lives. In the play Macbeth, Lady Macbeth is responsible for the evil doings of Macbeth. Lady Macbeth is responsible for this by using his love for her to persuade him into killing King Duncan. Because Macbeth loved and trusted his wife, he was vulnerable to her opinions and suggestions. We also know that she is responsible for these heartless things

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    Deceitful Lady Macbeth Lady Macbeth’s wicked character has an extreme impact towards her husband. Lady Macbeth is responsible for influencing her husband to commit both crimes; she unleashes the dark side of him and motivates him to become an evil and horrendous man. In various parts throughout the story we find that Lady Macbeth strives beyond limits to be converted into a bitter and sour women. The audience is revolted by her horrific actions and although she may seem repugnant, she is an

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    Character of Lady Macbeth In Shakespeare's Macbeth, Lady Macbeth is made to act as a catalyst in Lord Macbeth's evildoings. Even though Lord Macbeth is generally the one to have the final say in the many killings that take place in the play, Lady Macbeth plays the role of a villain alongside him. She mocks her Lord if he frets over something she has instructed him to do, saying he would be less of a man if he does not follow through on their plan (I. vii. 56-57). She gives Lord Macbeth a short

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    The Evil of Lady Macbeth Lady Macbeth is depicted as being much worse than her husband in Shakespeares play, Macbeth. Although they both think of murdering King Duncan as soon as they hear the witches' prophecies, Macbeth thinks more about what he may or may not do, whereas Lady Macbeth immediately appeals to evil spirits to give her the strength to kill Duncan. When Macbeth first hears the prophecies, and when the prophecies begin to be fulfilled, he does think of killing the king, but

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    contributor to what is produced as an end result. In William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”, the main characters Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are driven by the powers of fate, the greed of fortune, and desire for free will. Throughout the tragedy of Macbeth, the main character of Macbeth begin to play more and more into fate. The three witches that Macbeth first runs into

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    Psychoanalytical Criticism of Lady Macbeth

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    interpretation of literature. The focus of this essay is to use Psychoanalytical criticism while analyzing Lady Macbeth’s character in William Shakespeare’s play Macbeth. However, before I begin my examination of Lady Macbeth’s character, I feel that concept of psychoanalytical theory needs some introduction. One of the more prevalent Psychoanalytical theorists after Freud was Jacques Lacan. Cristina Leon Alfar’s essay "'Blood Will Have Blood': Power, Performance, and Lady Macbeth's Gender Trouble," provides

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    Duncan's Murder in William Shakespeare's Macbeth King Duncan's murder is a pivotal moment in the play as up until this point Macbeth has been able to choose what would happen to him whether he would do the deed or not and after he has murdered Duncan there is no going back. Macbeth takes the choice to murder Duncan of his own free will and so most of the blame must be laid on him. This does not mean that some other people did not influence Macbeth to do the deed. William Shakespeare

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    Deep Evil in Shakespeare's Macbeth

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    Deep Evil in Macbeth Macbeth by William Shakespeare involves evil on the part of Macbeth, his Lady, and the three witches. This essay will consider evil in its many guises in this tragedy. In "Macbeth as the Imitation of an Action" Francis Fergusson describes the evil course of action within the drama: At this point there is the brief interlude with the Doctor. The king's evil and its cure and the graces which hang about the English throne are briefly described. [. . .] It marks

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    The Lure of Evil in Shakespeare's Macbeth

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    showing you the alluring side while hiding the darker side. The Tragedy of Macbeth, by William Shakespeare (1564-1616), is an ideal example of people falling victim to evil. In fact, the entire downfall of the main characters, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, is due to them being lured to evil by three witches. The play is a perfect illustration of how evil can lure someone in then lead to their downfall. In the play, Macbeth started out as an extremely brave and loyal solider. However, after the three

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    Variety of Evils in Shakespeare's Macbeth

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    Variety of Evils in Macbeth The tragedy Macbeth by William Shakespeare manifests a rich variety of evils, not only by the main characters of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, but also by the witches. Clark and Wright in their Introduction to The Complete Works of William Shakespeare interpret the main theme of the play as intertwining with evil: The theme of the drama is the gradual ruin through yielding to evil within and evil without, of a man, who, though from the first tainted by base

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