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Lady Macbeth, The Real Villain

Summary: Lady Macbeth, the real villain of Macbeth by William Shakespeare.
Lady Macbeth the real villain

     Lady Mac Beth is the real villain of the play she was the smart and devious wife who said nothing so she was never suspected. She was brave and took on the man's job in the family. But, her and Mac Beth's greed lead to their untimely deaths. The horror and suspicion had taken over her body, it was too much. You cannot imitate evil all your life.

      Lady Mac Beth was two faced she had become too obsessed in becoming queen that she was willing to do anything. She was both evil and the loving wife that everyone looked up to and admired. The evil tendencies in her gave her more a role than most women in shakrperian novels she was devilish, kiering and untimely got what she wanted. Her and Mac Beth...

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