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Malcolm describes Macbeth and his wife as this dead butcher and his fiend-like queen How true is this description of Lady Macbeth and what does the character of Lady Macbeth add to Shakespeares play Shakespeare originally wrote Macbeth for the existing king James I The play was based on James Is relations as Shakespeare thought that this would please the king who would allow the theatre to remain open Shakespeare comprised the play of witchcraft and his family which where of great interest to the king The play was written for James I because Shakespeare was worried about him closing the theatre These characters personalities were reversed for the play so that James I would not be offended by Shakespeare writing about his predecessors by bad kings The character of Macbeth was a real king and was considered a great king In the script Macbeth is shown as a butcher and that he performs acts of treason Lady Macbeth is a pivotal character for this play and has many different parts in the story line Lady Macbeth is often rude or insulting towards Macbeth yet Lady Macbeth has different characters Lady Macbeth plays the role of a loyal and loving wife in Act one Scene five Lady Macbeth shows she is supportive by encouraging Macbeth into the murder In the following scene Lady Macbeth and Macbeth welcome Duncan the king into their castle Lady Macbeth plays the role of a good hostess in this scene She puts on this act as not to arouse suspicion All our service In every point twice done and then done double and you can see this in See see our honourd hostess Then Macbeth plans to murder Duncan in Act one Scene seven Lady Macbeth becomes very leading and in command In this scene Lady Macbeth also becomes very convincing and overpowering Lady Macbeth offends Macbeth to encourage him to kill the king When you durst
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