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A perfect pair almost the same Macbeth and his Lady stood witty and strong Their two faces of innocence were an immaculate cover-up for their cruel intentions A nightmare alone Macbeth realizes what he has committed A little help from Lady sent his poor soul into the darkness of evil for she has a heart of stone Blood of a serpent Macbeth is surely one who dramatically changes his way of thought Confiding with his Lady is no longer of any need his evil ambition has overridden all his fears A commitment to evil Macbeth cant help but want more power at hand It seems as though his Lady is no longer his center of attention A tragedy yet to come Lady cannot stand the mental pain and agony that she goes through every day The once strong-minded woman slowly changes into a weak and guilty soul As for Macbeth his fearless ways have lead him to his own tragedy In the first act we see a relationship of power and force that anyone can notice between Macbeth and his Lady Their attitude towards each other was incredibly striking They were unique and seem to have original personalities The two both demonstrated great confidence and strength which both stayed truthful to one another Their ambition was quite unknown they hadnt come close to any kind of obstacle In the second scene it had almost seemed like day and night between act one and two A letter receive by Lady from Macbeth told her of some prophesies given to him by three witches Lady Macbeth became enchanted with words she reads and suddenly became engulfed with the thoughts of a very bad thing When Macbeth returns the couple seems glorious and full of life Lady tells her husband of a horrible scheme that may promise him a chance of being king of Scotland Macbeth acts un-interested at the thought of even harming King
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