She persuades her husband into killing Duncan by saying, “screw your courage to the sticking-place, and we’ll not fail” (1.7.60--61). By saying this, Lady Macbeth is calling her husband a coward if he does not kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth is motivated by her ambition to gain power by forcing Macbeth to kill Duncan so they can become the new king and queen to rule over everything. By having Duncan killed, it causes Lady Macbeth to get into trouble because Banquo becomes suspicious that Macbeth and Lady Macbeth were responsible for Duncan’s
“Pressure is the use of persuasion, influence, or intimidation to make someone do something.” In William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”, Macbeth experience pressure from his surroundings. Pressure can lead a person in either the right or wrong direction. Futhermore it can also take away the consistent thought of one’s mind to jeopardize themselves or others. Macbeth’s wife and the witches encouraged him to be woeful. From reading this drama, some people can infer that Lady Macbeth supports her husband’s injurious scheme to kill King Duncan and the witches made Macbeth feel arrogant about himself.
Strangeworth are the result of decisions they have made based on their morally distorted views. As illustrated in Macbeth, after Macbeth's morals have shifted (need stronger word) due to the pressure of his wife, his intent to satisfy pushes him to consider the irreversible task of murder. After the decision to kill is made and the death of the sleeping King Duncan, Macbeth returns to Lady Macbeth and says, "I have done the deed. Didst thou not hear a noise?" (Shakespeare 2.2.16).
People tend to modify their morals if a loved person asks them to do an immoral act, just because of the sense of compassion in each individual. In the play, Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, that talks about ambition, power, and how his desire to be king leads him to kill everyone that gets in his way; of course, being helped by his wife, Lady Macbeth. This moral modification occurs because of self-interest; differing from Toby Groves where compassion was the motivation. Lady Macbeth help her husband kill king Duncan for her own benefit because she doesn’t show compassion, wants control but the lack of it leads her to death contrasting from Toby Grove’s employees who helped him cheat only because they loved him. Lady Macbeth help to do
It becomes clear throughout the play that lady Macbeth suffers from some forum of illness as she drives herself to death with her disorder. Macbeth was written during the renaissance era by William Shakespeare, when tragic plays were popular. The play was based on Scottish noble who received a prophecy from three witches that he would someday be the king. Macbeth took this information and ran with it, he begun plotting his plan to be king. With the encouragement and help from his wife lady Macbeth, the two were able to kill the king and his son thus preventing him from becoming king.
(Shakespeare i, vii). Macbeth is having second thought about killing King Duncan, however Lady Macbeth refused to allow him to pass up the opportunity to become king. She asked these rhetorical questions in order to make him feel ashamed of himself for not acting on his desires. Lady Macbeth's main intentions are to make the situation sount elegant so Macbeth feels comfortable killing him. She tries to reason logically with him, pointing out that he wanted to kill the king, but now when he has the opportunity too, he suddenly doesn't want to.
Later on in the play, Macbeth asserts his right over Lady Macbeth, flipping their dynamic, and distances himself from her,"be innocent of the knowlded dearest chuck." He no longer confides in his most trusted confidant showing his descension into paranoia and obsession with control. The natural order of the universe is disrupted when they murder the king and chaos it unleashed. This is shown in the aftermath: Macbeth hallucinates, Lady Macbeth
“Yet do I fear thy nature. It is too fully o’ the milk of human kindness” (Act I, scn V, 16-17). Lady Macbeth was rying to get her husband to kill King Duncan so Macbeth can take the throne. Macbeth is not merciless enough to take those steps on his own. Lady Macbeth feels as is if Macbeth is too kind to kill Duncan and get the crown on his own.
Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, is a dark play full of witchcraft and foreshadowing. Lady Macbeth showed scheming qualities throughout the play which had a lot of influence on her husband, Macbeth. Because of her controlling personality, Macbeth was scared to disappoint her. She was the one who positioned the idea of Duncan’s murder into her husband’s mind where he was succumbed by her supremacies and made the ultimate mistake. It was also her idea to place the blame of Duncan’s death on the soldiers.
She does not want the heavens to know of her actions as she acknowledges that they are sins. The combined use of figurative language and pleading word choice within Lady Macbeth's monologue display her covet for cruelty instead of nurture with the intention to murder King