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Banquo is very direct with these witches with his confusion as he bluntly states that he is confused by them because he is unsure on whether they are in fact women or men The fact of these characters being witches foreshadows the idea of this play containing other supernatural things which we the reader come across later on in the play Macbeth and Lady Macbeths relationship is a different kind of relationship In the beginning Lady Macbeth is introduced to the reader as this evil woman plotting to murder the present king Duncan and anyone else who might come in her husbands way to become king Upon Macbeths arrival Lady Macbeth tells him that she will take charge of the preparations for Duncans visit and murder She takes their relationship into her hands telling her husband to Leave all the rest to me I vi86 Lady Macbeth could be viewed as possessing manly qualities for she does seem to take control of their relationship Yet after Macbeth commits this sin of murdering his own king his personality and train of thought is obvious and drastically changed Though he does manifest guilt he soon begins planning his next victim Also when Ross and Lennox find their King murdered in his bed Macbeth proceeds to kill the guards whom he had framed in an act of rage This rage never seen to the reader until now after he murders Duncan After this unfortunate assassination of a great king Macbeth and Lady Macbeths role in their relationship seems to switch It is now Macbeth who takes charge of the present situation and does not inform Lady Macbeth of his intended plans of killing Banquo He regards her as dear chuck and tells her to pretend that she does not know anything that he is planning on doing Macbeths referral to Lady Macbeth as Dear chuck is a phrase which reveals that Macbeth now has control of
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