Theme Of Disuruption In Macbeth

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In shakespear play, gendre roles arent what we are used to, its disuruption is presented through Lady Mcbeth 's being the dominate role in Macbeth 's marriage, even though Macbeth is a brave general but his wife seems to control him either by crafty manipulation or by direct order. It seems unlikely that Macbeth would have committed Duncan murder without his wife’s powerful taunts and persuasions. So she control him and influence him in a bad way, she rules her husband and judges his actions by questioning his manhood, she pushes him to kill duncan, takes on masculin characteristics and ask the spirits to unsex her. In Shakespeare play: Macbeth, the theme of gender and power is shown threw the ambition, pour and control. Lady Macbeth pushes …show more content…
Her power is that she is able to read which sets her appart from the other women and her power continues to grow as her ambitions grows. After that she questions Macbeth 's ability to take such a position as a king saying he lacks "Wickedness", she shows his political weakness wich lead to his downfall and this way social standards of women are broken because women would no have questioned their men 's authority but Lady Macbeth …show more content…
Her strength of purpose and her ambition will be strong enough to drive her husband the way she wants and to lead him or control him. At the same time this theme touches the masculanity aspect of it when she says: "Unsex me here" she is asking the spirits to give her masculin charactiristics to perform this act of cruelty and violence, that she associate with manliness and this is why she tells macbeth that he need to "be a man" and get on with the murder. Women 's at the time were taught to be submissive , to think without talking or taking descisions. The play would have been totally different had Macbeth been married to a different women a submisive character like Lady Montague she would not of test his manhood and maybe he would of not killed the king but one day he became king because he kept getting a better position because he is courage and a

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