What must Lady Macbeth do because her husband forgot to?
There are a few things, but the biggest thing noticed is that Macbeth carried the daggers used to kill Duncan back with him, instead of placing them on the guards.
because he was a fegot
Lady Macbeth believes her husband to be weak and a fool who lacks masculinity, because he hesitates to go after his foretold future.
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lady macbeth found out what the witches have planned on her husband Machbeth by a letter, sent by Macbeth
Last I checked, the Lady was a lady and her husband, Macbeth, a man. Madame Defarge, on the other had, is debatable. When Macbeth was written only men were allowed to play the part of Lady Macbeth because women werent allowed to be actors. She is however a she.
What are the differences and similarities between lady Macbeth and miss Havisham and how are they untypical women for their time period?
Lady macbeth is not a typical elizabethan woman because she had a lot of power over Macbeth (her husband)
I do not believe there was such warning. Lady Macbeth and Macbeth were husband and wife- they were partners. No warning would be needed.
yes but it is lady macbeths idea and she persuades her husband
Lady Macbeth goes crazy because of what she and her husband, Macbeth, did to Duncan. Guilt just starts to catch up with her. Perfect example of her craziness is Act 5 Scene 1
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
Prior to her marriage to Macbeth, Lady Macbeth was previously married to a guy called Gillecomlan, by whom she had a son. This is not stated in Shakespeare's play, but explains how Lady M has "given suck" while she and Macbeth have no children.
She schemed with her husband Macbeth to murder the King so that her husband could replace him.
Shakespeare, I guess. He wrote the play. OK, within the context of the play, some people would say that the witches controlled Macbeth and made him do the things he did. Others would say that Lady Macbeth controlled him and made him kill Duncan, which led inexorably to the rest of his actions. But people's actions are rarely explained by looking at them as puppets or pre-programmed robots. The person responsible for what happened to… Read More
The daggers. He was supposed to leave them in Duncan's bedchamber to incriminate to grooms but he forgot. Lady Macbeth has to take them back, because Macbeth does not want to look at the murder scene again.
she feels supportive to her husband because she wants power and to be queen
he feels happy
Lady Macbeth wanted Macbeth to kill (if forgot his name) and he did. But then he just started killing people.
yes because she was they reason that he became a murderer
she warns her husband to disguise his fear and deceit
Lady Macbeth talks of the murders she and her husband have commited and wrings her hands complain that their is blood on her hands and tries to wash it off. She also moans a lot and writes a letter while asleep. What a nutter. Macbeth's castle is not obviously a moan free zone because if it was, Lady Macbeth wouldn't moan.
Murder the King, Duncan.
because she was the one about the idea to kill him. Also because she encouraged his husband to murder him
They are bad. They kill a women's husband because the lady wouldn't give her any of her nuts.
Macbeth kills Lady Macduff and her family because Macduff has turned on Macbeth.
Presumably because she is obsessed with power as well, and wants the power that her husband being in charge would bring her.
Lady Macbeth asks the spirits to unsex her because she wants to have the strength of a man. She wants to be able to murder Duncan, a task that she must hand over to her husband instead, who she does not have much faith in.
To disguise his fear and deceit.
The murder of the king.
She advises her husband to hide his feelings and to be less expressive
She stands firm when Macbeth begins to waver in his deadly purpose
Lady Macbeth controls Macbeth the same way any other woman would control a man. She specifically tells her husband that she will not lay with him unless he does what she asks him to do; which is kill Duncan and Banquo and the others.
What are the differences and similarities between lady Macbeth and miss havisham in great expectation?
Lady Macbeth and Miss Havisham both have ambition. Lady Macbeth wants her and her husband to be powerful and of a high status and Miss Havisham wants Estella to be a copy of her.
In "Macbeth", although in many ways, Lady Macbeth is even bolder and more ambitious than her husband, she is compelled to stay within the parameters of her gender and time. She is a woman, so it is her husband who must slay Duncan.
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.
In Shakespeare's time the only way for women to gain power was through their husbands. Lady MacBeth asks the spirits to make her evil and then she proceeds on to convince MacBeth to kill Duncan. If MacBeth becomes king then Lady MacBeth will become the queen. The opportunity presented itself and Lady MacBeth wanted her husband to act on it. She may be more greedy than ambitious however, because she wanted the fame without having… Read More
She will talk her husband into doing it.
Lady Macbeth was worried about Macbeth because she thought he was a coward. When he clearly was not. After he slaughtered Macdonweald. She worried that Macbeth wasn't capable of murdering King Duncan.
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
In Act 1, Lady Macbeth is the planner, the one who is dragging her reluctant husband into committing one murder. But by Act 4, Macbeth commits murder after murder and Lady Macbeth is the reluctant one, nauseated and consumed with guilt by the bloodshed. The roles actually reverse much earlier in the play, when Macbeth kills the grooms. That was not in Lady Macbeth's plan, and she is horrified by it.
The Macbeth Navigator site says that "she verbally assaults his courage and manhood."
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.
Lady macbeth was a selfish wierd lady who was in thirst of wealth.. she diverted her husband to wrong path... as she also involved in murderer scene of King Duncan to acquiered his thrown ...
Macbeth changes because of the effect of the guilt of Duncan's murder on him, making him more of an insomniac, more of a paranoid, and losing his ability to care about anyone or anything. Lady Macbeth is also changed by her part in the murder, as she finds that her husband has become a different person, her dinner parties are fiascos, and that she cannot stop thinking about all the horrible things that she and… Read More
Too full of the milk of human kindness.
She plans to get her husband to stab him in his sleep.
yes because macbeth tells her
because Banquo saw how Lady Macbeth and Macbeth act
Shakespheare shows the relationship of Macbeth lady Macbeth shakespeare shows they are very close and trust worthy at the start when they have just come from battle. because Macbeth writes a letter to lady Macbeth just when he has come from the battle and they didnt no each other that well but then in mthe letter at the end it says to my dear one but later in the play there relationship ain't all that… Read More
Lady Macbeth asked the spirits to unsex her because she wanted to become a man
Lady Macbeth paints a picture of her husband as the weaker of the two of them. She laments that he may be too gentle in nature to do the deed she believes must be done. This may seem a bit much considering her husband is returning from a battle in which he victoriously put his enemies head on a pike. However, Lady Macbeth knows that, at heart, Macbeth is a good, and just man. She… Read More