She encourages Macbeth to kill king Duncan in order to ensure that he will be king. She is cruel and insults his manhood. She is motivated by greed and evil. She even tells Macbeth that the blood on his hands will wash away after he kills king duncan. As the events of the play take place and she plans and participates with Macbeth in the murders of king Duncan and his chamberlains, she begins to struggle with guilt and the conflict between good and evil.
With help from his wife, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth plan a murder and with a little hoaxing from his wife, Macbeth pulls it off. The King plans to dine at the Macbeths’ mansion and plans to stay the night. Duncan feels safe going to stay in the castle of someone who protected him just hours before, but he does not know their fatal plan. The plan involves getting the guards of the king’s room drunk and planting the bloody murder weapon next to them. This will make it look like Macbeth has nothing to do with the treasonous act of killing the ruler.
This behavior caused disrespect and cruelness. While the king is sleeping like he is in heaven Claudius took that from him and sent him into purgatory. This made Hamlet feel even more angry against his uncle and wants to put him to an end. As a result,Hamlet wants to destroy Claudius for every wrong deed he did. Canales 3 Hamlet is severely motivated into killing for his actions.
King Duncan then decided he would go to Macbeth 's house for dinner where Lady Macbeth had already been made aware of the situation with the witches and that Macbeth was not named king. When Macbeth arrives home she suggests they kill him, after he declines, she starts questioning his manhood and peer pressures him until he decides to kill Duncan. This act scarred the two sons of Duncan so they fled the country and Macbeth was crowned. Obviously the play ends with Macbeth as the villain, dethroned and beheaded.
However, she and Macbeth actually intend to kill Duncan later that night while he is sleeping. Lady Macbeth’s aura of kindness makes King Duncan feel safe and secure in their home. Second, Macbeth acts as if he had no clue that King Duncan was killed in his sleep when Macduff emerges from the King’s room from trying to wake him the following morning because Macduff had been ordered to come wake Duncan. “Macduff: Confusion now hath made
Lady Macbeth is a very inhumane person who makes a plan to kill Duncan while he is asleep. Macbeth tries to back out of killing the king and let it happen naturally, but Lady Macbeth calls him a coward; convincing him that killing Duncan is the best way to become king. Murdering the king would lead to both positive and negative outcomes. A positive outcome of murdering the king would be that Macbeth could become king
Macbeth is afraid for many reasons. Lady Macbeth convinced him to murder King Duncan, and the crime leaves Macbeth with a lot or regret. He also recently hired someone to kill Banquo, his best friend. Banquo’s ghost greets Macbeth at the banquet, giving him quite a fright. Macbeth is very afraid that Banquo’s ghost is coming back to harass him about his wrongdoings.
The appearance of the two Macbeths is of loyal and good people who are welcoming someone into their home for a nice time, but the reality of the Macbeths is that they are scheming the entire time to murder their guest in order to make Macbeth the king. Macbeth even kills the chamberlains himself, again to put up an appearance. He wants it to seem like he was so outraged that they killed Duncan that he killed them in return when in reality it was Macbeth who killed all three people. After committing these crimes, Macbeth gets what he wants – to be king. However, he ignores reality to do these things.
( Macbeth, Act 1, Scene 5, Lines 9-10) Macbeth knows that his wife will be in love with the thought of being queen. She tries to make Macbeth reach his potential by making him ashamed of everything that prevents him from being evil. When Macbeth arrives, she greets him as if she was already the queen.
Trial of Macbeth In Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth , the witches tell Macbeth he will become king one day so he decides that he is going to kill King Duncan. When Duncan came to visit Macbeth at his castle named Inverness, Macbeth and his wife developed a plan to kill the king.
He hallucinates Banquo in the chair he was going to sit on. Macbeth starts to act crazy and Lady Macbeth tries to tell the other men in the room how he is acting is normal. After the dinner Macbeth hears that Macduff went to England to reunite with Malcolm, Duncan 's son, to try for him to own the throne. Macbeth decides to take action and send some men to murder Macduff 's family. When Macduff comes back he finds out of his family 's death and joins Malcolm and his army to defeat Macbeth.
Macduff does not want Macbeth to be king so he leaves scotland to create an army. Macduff 's absence makes Macbeth angry so he kills Macduff 's family and everyone in Macduff 's castle. After that Macduff 's army starts heading towards Macbeth 's castle to kill him. Lady Macbeth is going crazy because of all the killing that her husband has been doing and she has gone so crazy that she has gotten to the point where she kills herself. This is the point where Macbeth says “Life’s but a walking shadow...”
He also gets other people killed in order to reach his goal of becoming King. Shakespeare explores and challenges the traditions of society by creating creative circumstances. In the play, Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Macduff, and the Witches subvert the stereotypical gender roles. To begin,
When fate is brought into question, one thing people often ponder upon is what is the point of no return? There were many times throughout Macbeth by Shakespeare that Macbeth had the opportunity to change his serendipity. If Macbeth would have swallowed his pride when he received the three prophecies from the three witches, what was destined for him could have immensely been altered. Macbeth’s first encounter with the witches in Act 1 Scene 3 was the moment at which his entire world took a turn for the worst. In this scene the witches appear with a clap of thunder and soon stumble upon Macbeth and Banquo.