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Essay | Lady Macbeth - Her Tragic Downfall

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Lady Macbeth.
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Lady Macbeth - Her Tragic Downfall

Summary: Explores the William Shakespeare play, Macbeth. Considers how traditionally, everyone always sees Macbeth as the "bad guy." Contends that his wife Lady Macbeth was equally evil and she too had a tragical downfall. Describes Lady Macbeth's personal downfall from the day of the killing.
As we all know, bad guys get serious punishments for what they have done. But what about the people that motivated him/her to doing that bad deed? Do they get punished the same way as well, even if they didn't actually commit the crime? Well, sometimes in literature they do. In William Shakespeare's Macbeth, Lady Macbeth helps Macbeth commit the killing of Duncan. Though she didn't actually kill him, Lady Macbeth had a major role of this crime, thus she can be considered a tragic heroine. Though normally people see the tragic hero as the main character of Shakespearean tragedies, one doesn't always realize that the accomplices too have their downfalls as well. In Macbeth, Lady Macbeth's downfall from overly ambitious to the exact opposite due to the fact that she helped kill Duncan.

The great ambitions of Lady Macbeth starts out when...

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This section contains 1,020 words
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Purchase our Student Essay on Lady Macbeth - Her Tragic Downfall
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