In just the way he is killed. They get everyone drunk andstabs Duncan with the grooms' daggers.
Lady Macbeth isn't anxious to have Duncan at Dunsinane. Dunsinane is the palatial residence where the Macbeths live after they are crowned King and Queen of the Scots. King Duncan is killed at the previous residence of the Macbeths, at Inverness. And the murder of the King is exactly why the Lady seeks, and then delights in, his presence in her home [Act 2 Scenes 5-7].
Get the guards drunk, stab the king, frame the guards.
yes but it is lady macbeths idea and she persuades her husband
im sure its lady macbeths
The crucial part. Without Lady Macbeth, this would have been Macbeth's final decision: "We will proceed no further in this business." Macbeth would never have killed Duncan unless Lady Macbeth had goaded him into it.
Duncan shows his affection for the Macbeths by giving them gifts. In particular he gives Lady M a jewel.
Macbeth does not reveal his plan to kill Banquo and Fleance (Banquo's son) to Lady Macbeth.
The bloody hands of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth symbolize their guilt for the murders that they have committed.
Lady M is all for it but Macbeth is unsure and has to be pushed into doing it. He then immediately regrets it.
Together Lady Macbeth and Macbeth have killed King Duncan, King of Scotland.
Because she is determined, she wants Kind Duncan dead because she wants Macbeth to be King.
Lady Macbeth effects Macbeth's actions by pushing him towards the murder. Initially, Macbeth was unsure of what he wanted to do. He stated that if he was meant to become king, it would happen naturally. Lady Macbeth caused him to change his mind and planned the murder of King Duncan.
Lady Macbeth drugged the guards so that no one could would know who killed King Duncan, and later on to frame them and say they killed King Duncan.
i remember her planing the murder of the king... i don't remember her having a reason not to kill him. maybe you should add that in there. lady Macbeth wanted the king killed, although she didn't want to do it herself this is because when she looked at Duncan when he was sleeping, he resembled her father and she could not kill him because she felt as though it would be like killing her father. this suggests that she was very fond of her father.
Macbeth didn't make the prophecy, so it is not "Macbeth's prophecy" at all, but the witches' prophecy. Lady Macbeth of course liked the idea of becoming queen.
They killed king Duncan.
Macbeths wife was lady macbeth, played by Izerbel ashmore of 10cr2. Greig (macbeth) dearly loves his darling wife (izzie).
According to legend, he was never killed, but is imprisoned in a glass coffin, where a spell is placed on him to sleep.
No he doesn't, not in the play at any rate.
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Lady Macbeth pushes Macbeth toward murdering king duncan. She emasculates him and he in return takes drastic action to fulfill his destiny prior to its natural "play out".
He barely reacts. Now, he has descended so far into evil that he barely feels any emotions at all anymore.
It is mostly lady Macbeth, because she manipulates Macbeth into performing 'deeds' that he doesnt want to do, and she also says if he doesnt kill king duncan he isn't a man
"Consider it not so deeply."
Look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under it.