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- The womans role in Shakespeare Macbeth is the story of a man whos greedy ambition to socially to absolute power drives him to a total downfall Macbeth is not the only one responsible for his degrading end Lady Macbeth plays an extremely important role in this play as she is partially responsible for his evil thoughtless actions and stands by him through their destructive Kreuzug Lady Macbeth helps push Macbeth into the evil path he decides to take She starts of conciousless and thirsty for power She primarily persuades Macbeth to kill Duncan Glamis thou art and Cawdor and shalt be What thou art promised let do I fear thou nature It is to full o the milk of human kindness To catch the nearest way Thou wouldst be great Art not without ambition but without The illness should attend it what thou wouldst Highly That wouldst thou holily wouldst not play false And yet wouldst wrongly win thou dost have great Glamis Act one scene five 15-24 When she hears that her husband has been awarded with a new title she immediately knows what she wants At this point Lady Macbeth is very strong and very powerful she is stronger in her ambition than her husband and she fears he is not capable of such an unmoral act This passage shows quite well what she expects her husband to do and how she fears he is not evil enough to cooperate He brings great news The raven himself is hoarse That croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan Under my battlements Come you spirits That tend on mortal thoughts unsex me here And fill me from the crown to the toe to fill Of direst cruelty Make thick my blood Stop up th access and passage to remorse That no compunctions visiting of nature Shake my fell purpose nor keep peace between Th effect and it
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