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After she has gone crazy, she is observed sleepwalking by a doctor and a servant. She carries a light and the doctor asks where she got it. The servant replies, "Why, it stood by her; she has light by her continually; 'tis her command."

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Q: What does Lady Macbeth want next to her at all times in Macbeth?
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Why does Lady Macbeth question Macbeth Lady Macbeth questions Macbeth because she doesnt want to scare Macbeth in a way she wants to reveal his other side which will make him a coward?

Lady Macbeth questions Macbeth to provoke him into taking action. She challenges his masculinity and questions his resolve in order to manipulate him into following through with their plan to kill King Duncan.

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Explain O gentle lady tis not for you to hear what i can speak from Macbeth?

He didn't want to tell her of the horrible murder because she was a woman but ironically the killing was all her idea.

Is this a fact Lady Macbeth really didn't want to kill Duncan?

She didn't want to kill him herself, because she said Duncan looked like her dad while he slept. She did have Macbeth murder Duncan nonetheless

Did Lady Macbeth want Macbeth to kill Banquo?

Lady Macbeth wasn't in on her husband's plans to kill Banquo. When she asked what his plans 'of dreadful note' [Act 3 Scene 2 Line 44] were, he didn't want her to know the specifics. But most likely yes, she would have wanted Macbeth to kill Banquo. Earlier in their conversation, she commented that Banquo and his son Fleance were mortal [and therefore killable?].

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She was excited, obviously, and worried that Macbeth would not want to become king by the most obvious method--by murdering Duncan.

What is Lady Macbeth's main concern about her husband?

Her main concern is to keep the death of the king a secret, and she does not want Macbeth to spoil that up. She wants him to stay the king, so that she stays the queen.

Did Macbeth hesitate to murder Duncan?

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