How Is Lady Macbeth Responsible For Murder

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Lady Macbeth is the Real Murder People can be persuasive to do thing based on others influences. These people are typically close to them and may even be related. In the play Macbeth no is closer to each other like Lady Macbeth and Macbeth. And even though people are responsible for our actions, they may not always be responsible for what made them do those actions. Although in the play Macbeth many people think that Macbeth is the one who is responsible for all the murders it is truly Lady Macbeth because of the influence that she puts on Macbeth and the verbal torment she gave him before murdering King Duncan. The powerful influence that Lady Macbeth has over Macbeth was so strong that it caused Macbeth to murder more than just King Duncan. Lady Macbeth uses strong words convince Macbeth it is ok to kill people. Right after the King dies, Lady Macbeth states, “My Hands are color, but I…show more content…
Right before Macbeth is about to kill the king, he has second thoughts. Lady Macbeth talked him back into it. In the play she said, “Art thou afeard to be the same in thine own act and valor as thou art desire.” (pg-43). Telling Macbeth that if he doesn't kill the king that he wouldn’t live up to his prophecy like the witches said that he would. Then, when he still had second thoughts she begins to tell him that she would do a better job than he would. Lady Macbeth also call Macbeth not a man, telling him to man up. Lady Macbeth also said, “When you durst do it, then you are a man; and to be more than what you were, you would be so much more than a man.” (pg-43). Lastly Macbeth tell Lady Macbeth that his biggest fear is failing at killing the king so she said, “We Fail? But screw your courage to the sticking place, and we’ll not fail.” (pg-45). Lady Macbeth was the main reason for the murders. People believe that is was truly Macbeth who was
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