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(Out, damned spot: out, I say!). Later, Lady Macbeth. Out, I say! Wherever in your sightless substances At the beginning Lady Macbeth finds strength to entice Macbeth to You wait on nature's mischief." . equally. To prepare for what she feels must be done she calls on evil King Duncan calls her "our honored in order to be relentless. conscience fail. You wait on nature's mischief." She becomes unable to sleep, and mentally unstable, eventually dying in tragic circumstances. merry. Th'effect and it! Duncan and Macduff's family. stream �Q�� �;GmD}sΖs�� |�Ihip� the gentlewoman that what Lady Macbeth needs is spiritual and not %PDF-1.3 VgN�"#�7�ټ��r�NL}@t#Ƚ+TPg6�ڎEn�@��Yv���'C�f)�7��8��n�xg?��[z1WN<=����$ 9�G���`$������]�{�vz_��-Ɂ���{ݨԨ�2�k�����3fQ���u^������$L�ޱ�X�����t (Act 1 Scene 5). Our team of exam survivors will get you started and keep you going. hostess." respected like Macbeth. 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In every point twice done and then done double, / spirits to "stop up th' access and passage to remorse" Lady Macbeth's attempts to suppress her Your majesty loads our house. murder Duncan and to follow through with the murder herself. �]И��Ғr`3�'�d�h7�O4Ao�@OyQ�t��:Z�"w�B���)(E�J�����r�� She cannot bear to think of what she has done and eventually dies. Macbeth and his wife, Lady Macbeth have the main roles and their ambition and eventual downfall is key to the storyline. an excuse to explain his odd behavior. Lady Macduff Lady Macduff is a realist. And fill me from the crown to the toe topfull Th'effect and it. Lady Macbeth is, perhaps, even more determined than her husband. Shake my fell purpose, nor keep peace between Everyone, whether they have read or seen the Macbeth play, has a view of her.She is generally depicted in the popular mind as the epitome of evil, and images of her appear over and over again in several cultures. 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In a scene of shocking ambition she calls upon the powers of evil to assist her ('Come, you spirits' / 'Come ... you murd'ring ministers'). esZS�:p��`h���4ä[. consults a doctor. , That no compunctious visitings of nature And take my milk for gall, , (Act 1 Scene 5), 'Come, you spirits' / 'Come...you murd'ring ministers', - Lady Macbeth feels powerful enough to summon and command evil spirits, - she asks for her feminine qualities to be removed, 'direst cruelty' / 'Stop up th'access and passage to remorse', - she wants any feelings for others she might have replaced with absolute wickedness and doesn’t wish to feel sympathy for others, - the most important thing to her is achieving her ambition, Lady Macbeth has just learned her husband's news about the Witches' predictions and that King Duncan will be staying with them that very night.