How does Macbeth feel about his wife getting involved?
Macbeth wrote a letter to his wife explaining to her all of what the witches had said. If he did not want her to be his "partner in greatness" he would have kept that knowledge to himself.
dear wife dearest sweetheart
Macbeths wife was lady macbeth, played by Izerbel ashmore of 10cr2. Greig (macbeth) dearly loves his darling wife (izzie).
Lady Macbeth [b. c. 1015] was a bad wife, because she thought of getting what she wanted the way in which she was most comfortable operating . That way was whatever got her w…hat she wanted as quickly as possible. That way wasn't the way in which her husband, Macbeth [c. 1014-August 15, 1057], preferred to operate. He preferred to go by the book. He'd have preferred to have done without rather than to get what he wanted by foul means.. Lady Macbeth realized the fundamental difference in her and her husband's methods of operating. Yet she refused to respect her husband's right to lead life in accordance with his cherished notions of right and wrong. At the same time, Lady Macbeth insisted upon living a life in which the ends justified the means. Likewise did she demand respect for her right to lead life without the slightest regard for the rights of anyone who got in her way.
calm her from her dreams
I think it's fair to say that he did love his wife but prior to the murders, their relationship may have been strained. In a scene, lady Macbeth is talking about how she would… keep promises. She mentions that she would kill their own child if she promised to do so. This suggests that they did have a child who has died. Obviously, this would strain any relationship. Also, after the murders, they don't communicate like they used to, Lady Macbeth's conscience is taking over and Macbeth is too preoccupied with the fact that he is under threat and trying to kill people who pose a threat. Thus, causing strains on their relationship.
His plan to kill Banquo and Fleance. Act III, scene II "Be innocent of the knowledge, my dearest Chuck."
-Lady macbeth encourages macbeth to do things -She keeps him on his toes
He felt nothing. He says, "She should have died hereafter. There would have been a time for such a word." He wishes that she might have died later, not because he wants her al…ive but because he cannot deal with it now. He wants to have the opportunity to take it in and feel the grief that he knows he ought to feel, but cannot feel at this time. Or, he thinks to himself after saying this line, perhaps he will never feel anything ever again. And then the horror of what his life has become closes in on him, and he gives one of the most terrifying portrayals of an empty life ever written: "Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow creeps in this petty pace from day to day to the last syllable of recorded time . . . "
of coarse not she gets possed by the bad a dies by illness
Macbeth does love her, but she belittles him with the power she has over him so he is probably a bit scared of her that she takes control of him so easily.
Macbeth's relationship with lady Macbeth was rather unique. they were like the old english bonnie and clyde. Lady Macbeth was able to talk Macbeth into killing in order for hi…m to have higher power. in the end they both paid the price
Macbeth's reaction to the death of his wife is very different fromwhat we, as an audience expect from a man who shared a veryintimate and close understanding with his better h…alf. Macbeth,early in the play, derived tremendous insipration from, and washeavily influenced by his wife, Lady Macbeth, who then, seemed tobe one of the most ruthless, power-hungry female characters createdby Shakespeare. When Macbeth finds out Lady Macbeth comittedsuicide, he is emotionless, saying "she should have died hereafter"( see act 5, scene 5). Macbeth is very calm, almost like he doesn't care at all. He saysthat she was going to die someday anyway. He has lost everything,and this does not bother him. On the other hand, you might view the reaction of Macbeth to hiswife's death, as one of neutral remorse. He realized that he shouldbe saddened by the event, but was too busy trying to protecthimself.
Macbeth wasn't a typical soldier. A typical soldier in Shakespeare's times would be the one to give commands to his wife, but Macbeth was soft and he wasn't as confident as a …usual soldier would have been. Due to Macbeth not having a lot of confidence, he felt he had to listen and obey Lady Macbeth. Although I suspect that nobody was going to give commands to a woman like Lady Macbeth. She was a formidable woman, who succeeded in controlling Macbeth not because he was soft but because she was harder than the toughest man. "I would, while it was smiling in my face, have plucked my nipple from its boneless gums and dashed the brains out had I so sworn as you have done to this." Is this a woman anyone could say no to?
Macbeth was hiding a lot. He was hiding his fears and guilty feelings. He also was hiding what he was doing with Scotland and the why everyone was dieing from Lady Macbeth