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Psychoanalysis of Lady Macbeth

Summary: Describes the psychological motivations of Lady Macbeth's words and actions while she is observed sleepwalking by her servant and a doctor in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Lady Macbeth's actions are related to previous events and theories regarding the concept of guilt and morality.
Psychoanalysis of Lady Macbeth

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The purpose of this essay is to discuss my views regarding the psychological motivation of Lady Macbeth's words and actions while she is observed sleepwalking by her servant and a doctor. In addition I would also like to examine how these lines and actions relate to previous events throughout the story, and to explain my personal theories regarding the concept of guilt and morality. In order to properly support these arguments I feel that it would be most successful to outline and explain two prominent theories regarding morality that have been particularly enlightening to me when used to understand the emotional internalization created by the character Lady Macbeth.

The first psychoanalytical prospective that I feel was influential when I was creating my own theorizations regarding Lady Macbeth's state of mind, was expressed through a number of...

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