Macbeth Essay | The Paradoxical Transformation of Lady Macbeth

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The Paradoxical Transformation of Lady Macbeth

Summary: Analyzes the William Shakespeare tragedy, Macbeth. Provides a character analysis of Lady Macbeth. Examines her transformation from the beginning to the end of the play.
The Lady Macbeth who we are first introduced to transforms over a period of time. This transformation allows Shakespeare to leave his readers with an entirely new character by the end of his tragic play, Macbeth. Many often wonder if Lady Macbeth has any feelings or even a conscience because of her atrocious thoughts and actions. Surprisingly, it is later obvious that she does indeed have common human feelings, but she does not permit herself or others the time to realize that. Because Lady Macbeth is always busy scheming ways to assist her husband in the assassination of Duncan, she does not have a chance to stop and realize what she is really doing. All of her faults begin to pile up and she eventually is overwhelmed with guilt. She later realizes what she has been doing and this guilty conscience that has been...

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