How does lady Macbeth get king Duncan's blood on her hands?
In Macbeth right after Macbeth kills king Duncan he starts freaking out and forgets to plant the daggers on the guards as planned. In result of this Lady MAcbeth takes the daggers and plants them on the guards but is missing the blood to plant on the guards. She goes to the now dead Duncan and takes blood from his corpse and puts it on the guards.
Macbeth decides not to return to King Duncans bedchamber because,Macbeth fears to go back and think about what he has done.
Macbeth, yet guards were framed and Lady Macbeth was the plotter!
the guards who were outside of Duncans room.
Mr. and Mrs. Macbeth. He did the stabbing, she did the plotting.
King Duncans' drunken maids.
She takes the daggers back to King Duncans chamber, wipes the blood from the daggers onto the Unconscious guards, and leaves the daggers beside them, so that when the body of the king was found it would seem that the guards where guilty of treason.
Macbeth was the Thane of Glamis and one of Duncans generals. After killing Macdonwald, Macbeth became the Thane of Cawdor, and later the King of Scotland (after killing the king)
Macbeth is concerned about the blood on his hands because he couldn't believe that he had really killed King Duncan. He says that no amount of water could wash away the blood, because washing the blood away couldn't bring the King back. it is a comment of his profound guilt
she gets the guards drunk so that they pass out allowing Macbeth to kill duncan.
After Lady Macbeth kills the King ( Duncan ) she starts having strange hallucinations about having blood on her hands, but no mattar how he she scrubs her hands, Lady Mcbeth can't get the blood off her hands. "Who would have thought that the old man had so much blood in him"
Traumatised and afraid
He thinks that Macbeth is a "good guy", Fleance killed Banquo and Duncan's sons killed the king.
trying to wash her hands that are covered in the blood of king Duncan
MacBeth mistakenly took his dagger with him after killing the king. Lady MacBeth then proceeds to take them back when MacBeth will not. She also smears blood on the chamberlains who are drunk. MacBeth then goes to wash his hands and he can't seem to wash the blood off.
"My hands are of your coluor but I shame to wear a heart so white. If we wash this blood of our hands we will be clean of this deed." Lady Macbeth says this when Macbeth has just killed the king so she went to put the daggers back.
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth planned to blame King Duncan's soldiers for his death. However, after the murder Duncan's two sons left Scotland therefore making the people believe that they had murdered their father.
Macbeth is concerned about the blood on his hands because he couldn't believe that he had really killed King Duncan. He says that no amount of water could wash away the blood, because washing the blood away couldn't bring the King back. Blood represents the guilt, and this is where we get the phrase "to have blood on one's hands". He's done something he can't turn back and has to live with the consequences and… Read More
Macbeth grows paranoid, fearing that Banquo suspects him of Duncan's death, because Banquo is privy to the prophecies.
She doesn't play any part in the murder of King Duncan.
Lady McBeth persuades her husband to kill Duncan because she wants McBeth to be King. McBeth stabs Duncan and Duncans chamberlains. The witches prophesised that Banquo would inherit the throne and fearing this, McBeth hires murderers to kill Banquo and his son (the son escaped). His killing spree continued. Lady Mc feels guilty about pushing her husband to kill and starts to sleepwalk and talk about 'having blood on her hands' because she feels responsible… Read More
The most famous line in Macbeth is when Lady Macbeth says, "Out out damned spot." She says this line after she persuades Macbeth to kill the king. She feels guilty and imagines that she can't get the blood off of her hands.
She has drugged their possets, their late night drinks or nightcaps as we would now say.
Macbeth clearly regrets what he has done. He speaks about washing the blodd of his hands. Lady Macbeth wants to cover up the death of the king by putting blood and the daggers on the night guards.
Death in duncinan castle the lose of a great king badly wanted the end of our noble king hell or heaven for duncan
Lady MacBeth, due to not being able to wash the blood from her hands (despite it being a figure of her imagination), which stemmed from guilt from influencing her husband to kill the King.
she goes a bit mad and starts repeatedly washing her hands to cleanse them of King Duncan's 'blood'.
Lady Macbeth planned to blame the murder on the grooms of Duncan's chamber. This frame-up was successful, at least at first.
In Act 5 Scene 1 of the Shakespearean play 'Macbeth', Lady Macbeth [b. c. 1015] kept rubbing her hands. She gave the impression of trying to wash something off that was on them. In fact, she spoke about trying to get blood off her hands. All the while, she spoke of the murders of King Duncan I [d. August 14, 1040], Banquo, and Macduff's wife.
Lady Macbeth again echoes the words of the witches in an ominous manor when she starts hearing voices and can never wash the blood from her hands. This symbolizes her guilt at the death of the king and her evil motivations.
Lord Macduff, the Thane of Fife, is the one who discovers King Duncan's body in the play, Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. This happens in Act 2, Scene 3.
Macbeth used daggers to kill King Duncan I [d. August 14, 1040]. He stabbed his sovereign to death. He then used the same daggers to kill the two royal guards. Macbeth was so unhinged by all the blood, and undoubtedly by the unholy and unlawful killing of his beloved sovereign, that he left the crime scene with them still in his bloodied hands.
At first, she is satisfied with her and her husband's conspiracy plans, because she is determined for Macbeth to become King and will do whatever it takes. But throughout the play her conscience gets to her, she starts sleepwalking and washing her hands of the King's blood that she thinks is still on them. The play ends with her committing suicide because she can not live with what she did.
Malcolm and Donalbain
Forres in Scotland
Malcolm, who is one of King Duncan's sons.
After hearing that malcome is duncans chocie as heir to the throne Macbeth wants the stars to hide there light so that his black deep desires will not be seen to what is he referring?
His "desire" to become King. To do this, he would have to kill Duncan.
She relives the murder of king duncan and talks about it and she also washes her hands
She berates the servant who brought the news. "Thou'rt mad to say it." Then she gloats. "The raven himself is hoarse who croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan under my battlements."
Macbeth has secret ambitions to be king. At that point in Scottish history, a monarch could be elected. As the king's cousin and a victorious general, Macbeth had a very good chance of achieving his ambition. Ön his way back from the battle, he met the 3 witches who prophesied that he would be king, and he decided to let matters take their course: "If chance would have me king, then chance might crown me… Read More
During the beginning of the play, Lady Macbeth is more evil than her husband convincing him to go through with the murder of the king so he can fufill the witches prophecies. As the play continues it seems that Macbeth is more evil because you see Lady Macbeth starting to feel guilty for all these crimes they commited for example her sleepwalking, and washing her hands of imagenary blood. Whereas Macbeth does not seem to… Read More
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
Initially Duncan is the king in Macbeth, however Macbeth later kills him and becomes king himself.
Lady Macbeth is determined to propel Macbeth to the throne . Lady Macbeth is advised that King Duncan will stay in the castle ;she is determinied to see him killed . When Macbeth returns she urges him to take the opportunity to kill the King. The King and the nobles arrive and Macbeth is emboldened to carry out the murder , but afterwards is filled with horror. Disgusted at his cowardice, Lady Macbeth completes the… Read More
Macbeth became King after he killed King Duncan
King James was not the King in the play Macbeth.
Lady Macbeth smears the grooms or personal servants of Duncan with his blood and Macbeth uses their daggers to commit the murder. Macbeth then pretends to be overwhelmed with this evidence of their guilt and kills them on the spot.
Together Lady Macbeth and Macbeth have killed King Duncan, King of Scotland.
The 'red spot' is referring to blood from Duncan (the king). At this point in the play, Lady Macbeth is schizophrenic, so she is having visions of the murder that took place before. She visualises blood on her hands, because she is mad. She is saying 'out damned spot!" because she wants to get rid of the blood - alas she cannot. Because the blood is a metaphor at this point for the sins and… Read More
Yes, Macbeth became king.
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.