Relationships In Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'

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A thorough exploration of William Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’ reveals that the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth is a relationship that involves lots of ambition, affection and change which then leaves their fall terrifying and resounding and really shows that the common saying ‘the bigger they are, the harder they fall’ is true. Firstly, the Macbeth’s are highly ambitious and always want the best for themselves. Secondly, the relationship between the two is very affectionate and changes drastically. Lastly, because of the big build up leading up towards the end, the journey they went on and everything they had to go through it all leaves the reader stunned and shocked at the end.
Due to Lady Macbeth and Macbeth both being extremely
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Both protagonist’s Macbeth and Lady Macbeth display affection to each other at the start and then after the murders they go down their separate paths. The couple are very close and love each other a lot and then slowly separate due to them both feeling guilty of their acts which then leaves the reader astounded. The love is firstly shown towards the start when they refer to each as “my love” and “my husband” then once they feel guilty for their acts they go down different ways. It is shown that they separate by when Macbeth starts to make decisions without consulting her and pretty much shuts her…show more content…
Firstly, it is displayed by the ambition that the couple both have and how they strive to be the best and will take down anything in their way. Secondly, the relationship between the two starts off as a strong relationship and then as they feel bad for what they have done they slowly disconnect. Thirdly, due to the rise in statue of the protagonists the audience gets intrigued and builds up suspense within them however they are then ‘left out to dry’ due to the
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