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The play Macbeth is well known for its use of imagery Imagery is used for a number of reasons such as to show certain visions to the audience and to give life to the play Lady Macbeth has a major use of imagery her description is all imagery and progresses as the play goes on Macbeth also has many themes some of these are the corruption of power and how superstition affects human behavior and how things are not quite what they seem Macbeth is a Scottish general ambitious enough to commit regicide to become King While Lady Macbeth his wife is also extremely ambitious but later regretful of the evil she brought upon herself and the relationship of the two It is this evil that creates the mythological and religious illusions of the play The sergeant refers to the battle as Golgotha which is the place of Jesus Christs death which also connects with the plays imagery which is creative and includes many natural pictures for example the woods and the landscape is all described to you The relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth alters during the course of the play At the beginning of the play Lady Macbeth is introduced as a dominant controlling and a matriarch with an obsessive idea for Macbeth and her to be royalty As the play goes on the characters seem to exchange places meaning that Macbeth becomes more dominant out of the couple We then realize how their relationship progresses during the play by looking at the way they interact with each other The first time in the play where we can make a reference about their relationship and their individual personalities In the marriage is in Act 1 Scene 5 where we first meet Lady Macbeth She is alone reading a letter out loud which Macbeth has written to her It is telling her of his meeting with the witches This happens to also
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