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1Early in Macbeth we see Lady Macbeth as the strong rational determined ambitious even ruthless woman on the other hand we see a more vacillating fearful Macbeth As the play progresses we see both characters change Discuss In the play Macbeth we can see a change occur in both the charaters I think that most of the change in the characters occurs when they decide to actualy go ahead with the murder of Duncan After this murder takes place both Macbeth and Lady Macbeth seem to become in a way blood thirsty Not for their enjoyment but for the sake of Macbeth to to become the ruler The seem to get carried away with all the murders that they have made take place And go on a killing war path killing anyone who gets in the way of Macbeth recieving the throne It is just before the scene where Macbeth kills Duncan where the first sign of Macbeth changing occurs he becomes all agitated and hesitant towards whether he should kill King Duncan or not but finally Lady Macbet persuades Macbeth into commiting the murder of Duncan But before the murder you could somehow already see the stress building up on top of him It was the forceful words of his wife Lady Macbeth that I think made him do it Lady Macbeth before the murder was quite calm as her ussual self giving orders to Macbeth After the murder of Duncan this is when you see most of the changes begin first of all it all started with Macbeth he started to become nervous and began to see things that wernt really there like the ghost of Duncan I think this was the whole beginning of the couples problems when Macbeth started seeing things I think this was what started Lady Macbeth off This I think got her a bit paranoid
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