What Was The Mood In Lady Macbeth's

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Macbeth and Lady Macbeth tragedy of Macbeth and Lady MacBeth relationship is very crazy and suspicious. Basically, Lady Macbeth wanted all the power over Macbeth.

How does Lady Macbeth persuade Macbeth to harm Duncan ?
What's the mood in Shakespeare Macbeth ?
Who wanted the most power over Macbeth ?
How good or bad is he standing up to her ? how would the audience of Shakespeare's time (about 1603) have reacted to their relationship? (what were women supposed to be like?
How does Shakespeare try to make their relationship interesting as a drama? (how does it make the play more tense by making it uncertain if Duncan will be killed)

Essay Lady Macbeth persuades Macbeth by , She tells him not to be a coward, not to say later that he "could have been" when he could
"be" king. She tells him to be a man and go get what he wants. She says if she had made
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She couldn't become a lawyer. She couldn't be a priest. the only career open to all Elizabethan women was marriage; a wife's job was to run the household and help her husband in whatever he did. Her work varied according to his.

How do Heathcliff and Mrs. Heathcliff appear to get along with each other? What about the relationships in the rest of the household ?
They don't like each other and they aggravate each other a lot. The other relationships in the house are also terrible. No one really likes anyone, and Heathcliff and Mrs. Heathcliff's relationship has a sound throughout the house. Heathcliff and Cathy see themselves as the one or maybe even the same as them . which is interesting considering how big of a deal everyone else makes about Heathcliff's differentness : his swarthy complexion and low social standing. Cathy does not care about none of the difference , her love gives them
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