In the beginning, we learn Lady Macbeth is both aspiring and evil as she convinces her husband to kill the King in order to fulfill the witches’ prophecies by gaining social power on the throne as king and queen. She calls upon three spirits to help give her strength in order to help her husband go through with the murder
Holding the dominant role, she successfully manipulates Macbeth by ignoring his objections about the murder. Lady Macbeth mocks his manhood due to him not understanding his doubts and hesitates.
Evil is the opposite of humanity in the play, the divergence, which is natural for humankind, although evil comes from the human heart. …show more content…
The witches’ words were innocent. It is Macbeth that puts value to them, concluding that he must put on a fake/ strange act to earn the title as king. killing a kinsman, a king, or a guest in his house isn’t allowed puts Macbeth at war with himself. It is impossible to murder the King. His desire for the crown and his revulsion, which he must use to obtain which causes him to facilitate. As mentioned before; after killing the King, Macbeth is immediately filled with remorse but he does nothing to make things right.
His fear of justice makes him vulnerable towards more inhuman choices. He tries to blame the grooms, but kills them before they can prove their innocence. He thinks Banquo suspects him and tries to have Banquo and Fleance killed, to which he only succeeds with Banquo’s death, while Fleance escapes. Murder becomes his primary tool of leadership. Missing the opportunity to kill Macduff, he decides to kill Lady Macduff and her children. By the end of the play, Macbeth is a grotesque tyrant, and disappointed in