Macbeth Essay | Lady Macbeth, An Analysis

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Lady Macbeth, An Analysis

Summary: Evaluates Bill Alexander's BBC production of Macbeth. Describes how it depicts Lady Macbeth as a, `fiend like queen.' Also evaluates other depictions of Lady Macbeth.
The main version of the play which I have looked at is part of BBC Shorts and stars Louise Lombard as Lady Macbeth, the scene looked at is Act 1 Scene 7. It is set fifty years from now after a global war or natural disaster, the world is in turmoil. Macbeth is a warlord in a world of decay in which anarchy rules; killing is common and more acceptable than today, people do not face the same moral dilemmas as today; this is a contrast with Scotland when Duncan was king in the play. Lady Macbeth is wealthy and respected. I have also looked at some other versions of the play so I can compare and contrast the different ways Lady Macbeth is played. The Macbeths live in an armed, disused factory instead of their usual castle, therefore it would not seem as inviting as Macbeths castle...

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