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How does Macbeth feel about his wife getting involved?
Lady M feels empty. "Desire is got without content." She is unable to sleep properly. Macbeth cannot sleep either. "Macbeth hath murdered sleep." He has become paranoid an…d suspects his subjects of treachery all the time. "There's not a one of them but in his house I keep a servant fee'd." He no longer feels any restraint of conscience. "I am in blood stepp'd in so far that, should I wade no more, returning were as tedious as go o'er."
At the beginning of Act III Scene 1, suspicion.
Macbeth's reaction to the death of his wife is very different from what we, as an audience expect from a man who shared a very intimate and close understanding with his be…tter half. Macbeth, early in the play, derived tremendous insipration from, and was heavily influenced by his wife, Lady Macbeth, who then, seemed to be one of the most ruthless, power-hungry female characters created by Shakespeare. When Macbeth finds out Lady Macbeth comitted suicide, 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 says that 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 his wife's death, as one of neutral remorse. He realized that he should be saddened by the event, but was too busy trying to protect himself.
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 . . . "
Macbeth feels somewhat sad at the end of the play for he knows what has happened. He says, "He has almost forgot the taste of fears', when lady Macbeth screamed and died.
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
Macbeth felt he was invincible because the witches 3 apparitions tell him the 1st; beware macduff.......2nd; no man born of a woman can harm Macbeth...3d; he could only be har…med if birnam woods(around his house) came to his house on dunsinane hill( his castle is on this hill).......so he was feeling that both of those things make him untouchable so he feels secure...........but at the end macduff and Malcolm's approaching army used the branches of trees from birnam woods to camo themselfs until they get to macbeths house so that breaks the 2nd apparations preminition......and then we learn macduff was born prematurely and was a sea-section so he wasnt "born of a woman" therefore changing the 3d apparitions premonition.
quite well at first, (macbeth calls lady "my love", etc) and they seem like great friends as well as spouses. but as the play continues the relationship gets strained and very… tense until Lady Macbeth finally kills herself.
The Hectate wants Macbeth to feel a sense of security by telling him half truths. By telling him he will be killed by a man who is not woman born, he believes that he is not t…o be murdered. Even though Macbeth was prematurely "ripped" from his mother.
Macbeth killed Banquo, but then he felt guilt for doing it and started imagining banquo's soul trying to get revenge . this induce a feeling of remorse in Macbeth
Terrible. He wishes he hadn't done it. "I am afraid to think what I have done", "Will all great Neptune's ocean wash this blood clean from my hand?", "Wake Duncan with thy kno…cking; I wish thou couldst!" are some of the things he says that confirm this.
By Act 5 Scene 1 of the play 'Macbeth', Lady Macbeth had fallen to pieces. After the murder of King Duncan I [d. August 14, 1040], she had said that thinking of the killing wo…uld turn her and her husband mad. That's exactly what happened to her. She took up sleepwalking, talking to her self, rubbing her hands together, and needing a candle constantly lit against the darkness of her fears and nightmares.. Macbeth asked the Doctor to cure his wife of her mental anguish and tortured memories of her role in individual crimes and in the suffering of the entire Scottish nation. Macbeth hoped for some 'sweet oblivious' antidote that the Doctor said didn't exist. The Doctor said that the problem was within Lady Macbeth's mind. She therefore needed to correct the problem herself.
Sure, take things slowly and keep an opened mind also it is very important to keep the lines of communication open, discuss things you feel, wants & needs as well as gen…eral things.
calm her from her dreams
At the beginning of the play, Lady Macbeth was seen as a ruthless woman thirsting for power, while her husband was hesitant about murdering the king and stealing the thrown. B…y the end of the play, the roles of the husband and his wife are reversed. The guilty Macbeth appears heartless, while his ruthless wife becomes for stricken with grief that she takes her own life.
His plan to kill Banquo and Fleance. Act III, scene II "Be innocent of the knowledge, my dearest Chuck."