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Macbeth: Act 1 Scene 7 - Lady Macbeth's Persuasion

Summary: Brief essay about the language Lady Macbeth uses in Act 1 Scene 7 to persuade Macbeth to kill Duncan.
During this scene, we see Macbeth outside the "Great Hall" pondering whether to kill Duncan when Lady Macbeth enters. The English she uses next is very persuasive in Macbeth's point of view and convinces Macbeth to murder him.

Firstly when Macbeth states "we will proceed no further in this business", Lady Macbeth responds with "Was the hope drunk" and "Has it slept since"" This is influential as it is declaring that the change of Macbeth's choice is as if his hope is having a hangover which is also written in "And wakes it now to look so green and pale""

Secondly, Lady Macbeth tells Macbeth he is a coward in "And live like a coward in thine own esteem." This is persuasive as it is saying if he doesn't take the chance to kill him now, he will live a coward in his...

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