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Lady Macbeth is the most devious character in Macbeth She is very controlling and does whatever it takes to get where she needs to be I believe Lady Macbeth is the main reason Macbeth commits murder because of her tactics and desires Her similes and metaphors are priceless directed toward her husband Macbeth has strong ambitions but each do not reveal themselves until his wife push him on edge Lady Macbeth influences her husband in many ways but one reason is superior to the others After her husband Macbeth sends her a letter about him being thane of Cawdor and the future king of Scotland she immediately schemes without second thoughts Macbeth does not care about the prophecies that have been for told and for that her mindset is she will take matters in her own hands to ensure that it will come to pass and she will be queen She instantly calls on evil spirits to unsex her because she knows without a doubt Macbeth does not have what it takes to eliminate King Duncan She also bashes Macbeth on his manhood saying screw your courage to the sticking-place and calling him a cowardLady Macbeth even compares herself to him to set off his ambition saying Does unmake you I have given suck and know how tender tis to love the babe that milks me I would while it was smiling in my face have plucked my nipple from his boneless gums and dashed the brains out had I so sworn as you have done to this She really is saying she would go through with the plan under any circumstance if he had asked it of her The downfall after Macbeth has done his evil deed his conscience brings him turmoil within himself Macbeth can no longer sleep because he believes he has murdered it Lady Macbeth lurks in the background as an innocent by standard knowing she is the mastermind
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