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MACBETH CHOICE 2 - Compare the changes in Macbeth and Lady Macbeth as a result of the murder of King Duncan How are they before the murder and what happens to each of them and their relationship after the initial murder What I know of Macbeth I believe that Macbeth and Lady Macbeth were quite greedy and selfish Macbeth was forced into his own fate by the greed of his wife Lady Macbeth let popularity and the Queenship get to her and she practically made Macbeth murder Duncan the King of Scotland She knew once Duncan was dead Macbeth would become Kind and then she would automatically be casted Queen Before the murder Lady Macbeth plays the role of boss in my opinion she tells Macbeth what to do every step of the way Lady Macbeth is calm excited very greedy and quite ambitious as her husband she taunts Macbeths courage to insure that he will murder Duncan and become King Macbeth is a little bit more on a different path Macbeth is one of Duncans most courageous generals his driving ambition to become King of Scotland corupts him and causes him to murder Duncan and order the slaying of anyone who threatens his Kingship When Macbeth murders Duncan he then on watches everyone around him Being scared that he will be founded Banquo is Macbeths closest friend and also a general in Duncans army Soon after Macbeth murders Duncan Macbeth fears that Banquo suspects him of murdering Duncan so Macbeth once again jumps to conclusions and he arranges to have Banquo murdered At this point I believe that Macbeth would be quite scared because he has his closest friend killed for thinking Banquo knew that Macbeth murdered Duncan At this point Lady Macbeth is isolated and not involved in the plan She attempts to lighten Macbeths mood They are both restless and sleepless Macbeth during a dinner sees Banquos
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