Macbeth Essay | Role of Lady Macbeth

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Role of Lady Macbeth

Summary: Essay discusses Lady Macbeth's dilemma from "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare.
Lady Macbeth plays an important role in the development of the plot and is one of the antagonists responsible for bringing out the theme of fall of man. Though Shakespeare redeems her character towards the end, as seen in the sleepwalking scene, she is devastated to an extent that leaves her no other option than to commit suicide. Hence, the play Macbeth serves to highlight the self-destruction of Lady Macbeth.

The scene above marks the arrival of Lady Macbeth on the stage. Her arrival with the letter is very significant as the letter is an important form of stagecraft that serves to unravel the plot. Ironically, although Lady Macbeth is seen reading the letter but the letter builds more of Macbeth's character than does Lady Macbeth's. This is because the letter is a tool used by Shakespeare to make the readers aware of the earnest thoughts...

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