Lady Macbeth And Evil

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In Shakespeare 's Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and Macbeth are ambitious, have a desire for the throne and completely change after King Duncan 's death. In order to become the king, Macbeth commits thinks of vicious ideas to reach the throne. Macbeth thinks of killing Duncan and becoming the king. However, Macbeth does not call evil spirits to come and “unsex” him like Lady Macbeth does. Both, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth want power, however, Macbeth does not to be free of his human traits. Lady Macbeth wants the spirits to come and take her all femininity away. Lady Macbeth believes becoming a man, stripped of personality traits she will be able to commit the evil deed and kill the King for power. Moreover, she will not feel pity or empathy while…show more content…
Whereas, Lady Macbeth turns into a fragile innocent lady. After committing one evil deed, Macbeth inner beast is revealed. Macbeth gets Banquo killed and is happy after he receives the news of his death. Moreover, Macbeth fears that Banquo would take his position. Therefore, it becomes necessary for Macbeth to get Banquo killed. Macbeth is sympathetic towards others in the beginnings. However, the lust for the throne overshadows Macbeth’s kindness and Macbeth turns into an evil king. On the other hand, Lady Macbeth is able to wash away King Duncan 's “blood clean” from her hands. However, Lady Macbeth begins to experience guilt after the murder. Lady Macbeth feels she has committed a treacherous deed. Moreover, Lady Macbeth begins to sleepwalk and mutters in her sleep about the deed she commits. Which suggests that Lady Macbeth is disturbed and troubled due to the fact she has ended someone’s life. Lady Macbeth 's true nature is revealed when she begins to feel remorse for the deed she commits. Lady Macbeth changes into a whole new person and begins to feel for others. Whereas, Macbeth takes his ambition to a whole new level and commits more

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