How do lady Macbeth and Macbeth plan to kill king Duncan?
Get the guards drunk and stab the king in his bed. It's not a complicated plan.
The plan that lady Macbeth proposes to Macbeth is to kill king Duncan, so Macbeth can be king and so that Lady Macbeth can be queen.
because, the three witches told his future and said that Macbeth would be king. But then King Duncan said that his son would be king Malcolm. So lady Macbeth and Macbeth deicide to kill him so he would become king.
When Duncan was at Macbeth's castle, Macbeth thought of the King as his guest. thus, Macbeth's duty was to save him. Moreover, Duncan was a very noble man and a very good King. Hence, there was no fair reason Macbeth had, to kill Duncan. it was Lady Macbeth, who urged Macbeth to kill Duncan and rein as the King. She went upto the level of calling Macbeth a cowerd and unmanly for not willing to… Read More
She wants to be the queen.
In a way, Lady Macbeth does deceive her husband (Macbeth). She encourages Macbeth to kill Duncan (the current king of Scotland) in order for Macbeth to become King of Scotland. If Macbeth becomes king of Scotland then this means that Lady Macbeth will be queen. Macbeth didn't really want to kill Duncan in the beginning of the play but Lady Macbeth forced him to believe that he had to kill in order to gain power… Read More
kill him so macbeth can become king
Lady macbeth wants macbeth to kill king duncan because she wants to be queen. King duncan has a lot of trust with macbeth so no one will suspect it. And she also persuades him by saying he can be king, and have all this power.
Lady Macbeth. In Act 1 Scene 7.
Like Macbeth she also wanted him to be king so she was not against the thought of him becoming king.
Macbeth killed King Duncan after hearing the witches' prophecies and being urged on by his wife, Lady Macbeth
Lady Macbeth decided not to kill King Duncan herself because he looked too much like her father. The exact line that explains this is "Had he not resembled my father as he slept, I had done't. "
she wanted more power and a higher ranking
Lady Macbeth personaly didn't kill anyone but she spoke of "Baby bashing," perhaps suggesting Banquos son Fleance. She did tempt sucessfully Macbeth to kill King Duncan.
Lady macbeth was afraid that people will find out that she was the one who told macbeth to kill king duncan. later, she got guilty, and suicided.
The letter Macbeth sends to Lady Macbeth explains Macbeth's accomplishments in his battle and the witches' prophecies, two of which have come true. When Lady Macbeth reads the letter, she becomes convinced that Macbeth will become king if he kills Duncan. Lady Macbeth does not think that Macbeth has the willpower to kill Duncan, so she decides to persuade Macbeth to kill him and take over the kingdom.
she gets the guards drunk so that they pass out allowing Macbeth to kill duncan.
Yes Macbeth did hesitate to murder King Duncan, he went through allot of mental turmoil about this decision. In his soliloquy he gave good reasons for not wanting to kill Duncan 1)he is not a bad king 2) he is there in double trust. In the end Macbeth did not want to kill Duncan but it was Lady Macbeth's persuasion that caused him to commit the act. In comparison Macbeth had no hesitate in killing… Read More
Lady Macbeth says king Duncan resembles her father, so she encourages macbeth to murder him.
The three witches in the beginning of the play told Macbeth that he will be King. And his own ambition pretty much lead him to kill Duncan. *Lady Macbeth also has an influence in the murder of Duncan*
In the play the only person that Macbeth killed himself was king duncan, but he did hire murders to kill banquo and fleance and lady macduff and her child.
She thinks he does have the balls to do it
Together Lady Macbeth and Macbeth have killed King Duncan, King of Scotland.
When Macbeth doesn't kill Duncan, lady Macbeth decides to insult and question his manhood. Her beliefs are that manhood can only be defined through murder. And in a way Lady Macbeth 'dares' Macbeth to kill Duncan. Macbeth encouraged by his wife's determination and the chance to prove his manhood agrees to continue with the murder.
King Duncan gave her an expensive diamond (or gift) while she is still planning on having Macbeth kill him or she will kill the king herself.
She wanted to make Macbeth king just as badly as he himself wanted to be, but in the beginning Macbeth has a conscious and Lady Macbeth doesn't. Eventually Lady Macbeth persuades him to kill Duncan by questioning his manhood. She says she could have killed Duncan if he didn't look like his father as he lay in bed asleep. When Macbeth kills Duncan Lady Macbeth shows a face of celebratory where as Macbeth couldn't even… Read More
Yes. She influences him, telling Macbeth he is not a man. Macbeth is easily manipulated therefore, kills Duncan by lady Macbeth
Macbeth became king by assassinating the former king, Duncan. Kind Duncan was invited to stay at Macbeth's castle, and while Duncan was asleep, Macbeth had a hallucination of a dagger floating into Duncan's bedroom. Macbeth stole the two guards' daggers, and used them to kill Duncan. He then wiped the blood on the guards, and framed them. The guards were knocked unconscious by drugged wine that Lady Macbeth gave them. Many people say that Macbeth… Read More
Duncan reminded Lady Macbeth's father sleeping and could not do it. "Had he not resembled My father as he slept, I had done't."
The reaction between Lady Macbeth and Macbeth is initially very different after they kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth is enthusiastic but Macbeth regrets his actions.
Yes. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth were King and Queen of Scotland. They did kill their predecessor, Duncan, who was a bad king, and reigned for 17 years, very successfully, until Macbeth was killed. Lady Macbeth's son, Lulach, took the throne after Macbeth's death.
lady Macbeth Doesn't kill Duncan herself because she doesn't want the guilt or `his blood on her hands`.
Yes, Macbeth murdered his cousin Duncan, whom was also the king, in order to become king himself. At first, he knew that it would not only be wrong to kill the king, but even worse to kill his own kin. But Lady Macbeth, macbeth's wife, wanted him to have this higher power and talked him into it.
MacBeth has three reasons not to kill the king. First, killing Duncan may come back to harm MacBeth in the end. Second, the king is currently in MacBeth's care and MacBeth is his host. Third, Duncan is a noble man and many would miss him. MacBeth's only reason for wanting to kill Duncan is his ambition to become the king himself. He decides not to do it. However, he is eventually convinced by Lady MacBeth… Read More
She doesn't kill anyone, but actually she forces her husband Macbeth to kill King Duncan. She did not kill..she was the one who motivated Macbeth into killing the King,Duncan. Macbeth then became thirsty for blood and wanted to remove threats by killing those who are suspicious(he killed banqou)-He then commits more murders that are driven by the first one...So, Ldy Macbeth is the reason of all the murders that Macbeth committed!
because he didn't like to kill duncan but was pressured to kill him by lady macbeth
Lady Macbeth has no doubts. It's Macbeth who has the doubts.
No she just convinces Macbeth to kill Duncan. And then Macbeth decides on his own to kill the bodyguards so they will not deny killing him.
The Prophecy says Macbeth will be king. Duncan is king. Macbeth cannot be king while Duncan is king. Duncan will not be king when he is dead. Therefore, make Duncan dead.
Lady Macbeth could not kill Duncan herself because he resembled her father as he slept. Or because chinqui said so.
Macbeth does not kill his father.
Macbeth wanted to kill Macduff because the three witches told Macbeth he would one day become King, so himself and lady Macbeth decided to kill King Duncan so Macbeth could become King but Macduff was in the way so Macbeth thought there was only one solution...To kill Macduff!
She puts a Mickey Finn into their drinks.
Because Lady Macbeth doesn't have the courage to kill the king. Therefore, she left the work to Macbeth because Macbeth was a soldier and because he the courage by killing the king because he has killed many people in wars and battles.
By killing the former king,Duncan. With the help of Lady Macbeth, Macbeth killed King Duncan and framed the gurads for it.
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
lady Macbeth......by calling Macbeth a coward
Duncan is Macbeth's murder victim in the Shakespeare play Macbeth. Duncan is the incumbent Thane of Cawdor. Lady Macbeth and Macbeth plot to kill Duncan and take over his reign, and Macbeth stabs Duncan.
When Macbeth starts having second thoughts about killing the king, Duncan, Lady Macbeth questions his manhood and says he is a coward. She says she would have killed her own baby rather than break a promise such as the one Macbeth made her (to kill Duncan). She also says that her love for him from that time onwards will depend on whether he kills the king or not.
They killed king Duncan.