How does Lady Macbeth intend to kill Duncan in his sleep?
She plans to drug the guards to make them fall asleep so Macbeth can go into duncans room and stab him then plant the daggers on the drug guards
She plans to get her husband to stab him in his sleep.
because she is regretful for the murder of Duncan.
Lady Macbeth plans to kills King Duncan by having Macbeth murder Duncan in his sleep by stabbing him, the daggers where then intended to be planted on the guards to make them look guilty.
The murders of Duncan, Banquo and Lady MacDuff causes Lady MacBeth to sleep walk, which, in Act 5, make her commit suicide.
After killing Duncan, Macbeth could not sleep. He feels the guilt and is terrified
Yes, but only after Duncan's murder. As Macbeth thought he heard, "Macbeth shall sleep no more," because he murdered sleep. He murdered Duncan in his sleep and his guilt murders his sleep. Lady Macbeth is also effected by all of this. Later in the play, she sleep walks and tries to wash the blood off of her hands, which symbolizes her unending guilt. She is reliving the nights that Duncan and Banquo were murdered and… Read More
Lady Macbeth started sleep walking after the assassination of King Duncan, which in that time was considered 'Satanic' or 'Demonic'.
She plans to kill Duncan in his sleep with the help of Macbeth, who she convinces.
Lady Macbeth is traumatized from the events that followed the killing of Duncan. She is most affected by the blood that was on her hands which she repeatedly washes in her sleep.
Of course, Lady Macbeth has her famous sleepwalking scene in which she not only walks but talks in her sleep. It is clear that she is disturbed and unable to sleep properly. Indeed it is a recurring theme that the Macbeths have, by committing their crime, deprived themselves of a good night's sleep. A voice tells Macbeth as he murders Duncan, "Sleep no more, Macbeth hath murdered sleep." Later he expresses envy for Duncan because… Read More
She relives the murder of king duncan and talks about it and she also washes her hands
Duncan gave Lady MAcbeth a diamond, he let his servants serve her, at her house. Duncan gave Lady MAcbeth a diamond, he let his servants serve her, at her house.
Lady Macbeth's plan was to kill Duncan in his sleep. It was to get him so drunk that he can sleep heavy and won't wake up. Macbeth then will pass by the guards kill them with the daggers and go in to kill Duncan
The reaction between Lady Macbeth and Macbeth is initially very different after they kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth is enthusiastic but Macbeth regrets his actions.
Well, if you mean killed, there were many! King Duncan, Banquo, Lady Macduff, Lady Macduff's son, other members of the Macduff family and Macbeth!
Yes. She influences him, telling Macbeth he is not a man. Macbeth is easily manipulated therefore, kills Duncan by lady Macbeth
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.
Lady Macbeth says king Duncan resembles her father, so she encourages macbeth to murder him.
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
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.
Lady Macbeth has no doubts. It's Macbeth who has the doubts.
Together Lady Macbeth and Macbeth have killed King Duncan, King of Scotland.
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.
Lady Macbeth is very confident with the idea of killing King Duncan, whereas Macbeth is very doubtful about it.
Lady Macbeth uses manipulation, persistence, and persuasion to get Macbeth to continue with the plan to kill Duncan. She tries to tell him that he would be less of a man if he didn't and that their lives would be less complicated without Duncan around.
lady Macbeth Doesn't kill Duncan herself because she doesn't want the guilt or `his blood on her hands`.
in act 2 macbeth and lady macbeth killed him
lady Macbeth......by calling Macbeth a coward
Lady Macbeth talks Macbeth into killing Duncan
Tells him that he isn't a man if he does not kill duncan
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 injures his pride
They killed king Duncan.
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
Lady Macbeth talked Macbeth into killing his cousin, King Duncan of Scotland, who was a guest in his house at the time.
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
Lady Macbeth could not kill Duncan herself because he resembled her father as he slept. Or because chinqui said so.
She desires the kingship for him and wants him to murder Duncan in order for Macbeth to obtain it. Not only that, but Macbeth has a weak will, and Lady Macbeth, being determined and intelligent, manages to persuade the indecisive Macbeth to commit regicide.
By killing the former king,Duncan. With the help of Lady Macbeth, Macbeth killed King Duncan and framed the gurads for it.
She said Duncan looked too much like her father, and she insulted him to pressure him to murder Duncan
In Act I Scene 7 we find out that Macbeth does not really want to kill Duncan, and he decides not to. Lady Macbeth talks him into it. But we find out that actually she herself did not want to kill Duncan, who looked like her sleeping father. She had the desire to murder Duncan, but did not have the courage to actually do it. Macbeth had the courage, but insufficient desire. An unfortunate combination… Read More
because he didn't like to kill duncan but was pressured to kill him by lady macbeth
Lady Macbeth's main role in 'Macbeth' is a driving force. She is the whole reason that Macbeth decides to kill Duncan and the others.
at first lady Macbeth is stronger than macbeth...then he gets stronger after he murders duncan and thinks of murdering banquo
Macbeth does not want to kill Duncan as he is cousin and also his guest. Macbeth feels he should be protecting Duncan not murdering him.
Kill Duncan. Macbeth thinks about it but he is "too full of the milk of human kindness" to do it. Lady M has to persuade him
Lady Macbeth pushes Macbeth to kill Duncan in act 1. She is stronger and more manly than Macbeth.
She gives him the weapon and the opportunity.