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Directors notes on Lady Macbeth A Lady Macbeths relationship with Macbeth at the start of the play was very good they shared a very close passionate relationship This is shown because he sends her a letter about the prophecy which shows that Macbeth sees Lady Macbeth as an equal B When Lady Macbeth gets the letter she is very excited about the news and the prospect of her and Macbeth taking the throne She is scared that Macbeth wont kill the King because she is too honourable It is too full oth milk of human kindness C When Macbeth arrived Lady Macbeth embraced him passionately This reaction shows they love each other They talked about the King and prophecy D It was Lady Macbeths idea to murder the King It shows because when the messenger came and announced the King was coming she said to herself that the messenger had announced the death of the King That croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan under my battlements E Lady Macbeth told Macbeth to leave it up to her Only look up clear She commanded Leave all the rest to me F Lady Macbeth welcomes King Duncan and acts normally around him G At this point I think that Lady Macbeth is the stronger link she is using her own advice and it seems to be working as King Duncan doesnt expect a thing Directors notes on Lady Macbeth Section 2 Act 1 Scene 7 A Macbeth has doubts about killing King Duncan because he has recently honoured Macbeth by giving him the title Thane of Cawdor B Lady Macbeths response is that she starts calling him a coward accuses him of letting her down by breaking a promise she says she would rather kill her own child than let him down C The methods Lady Macbeth uses to change his mind are making
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