Macbeth Essay | Lady Macbeth

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Lady Macbeth

Summary: Lady Macbeth is a fundamental example of a dynamic character who undergoes significant change. Initially Lady Macbeth can be perceived as a manipulative and deeply ambitious person. However, as the play progresses, Lady Macbeth's character changes to one that seems deeply regretful for her actions. Through Lady Macbeth's interactions and statements the reader views her metamorphesis from a sinister being into a remorseful soul.
A dynamic character is an individual whom undergoes drastic character change or revelation. Lady Macbeth is a fundamental example of this kind of character. At the commencement of the play Macbeth, Lady Macbeth can be perceived as a manipulative and deeply ambitious person which implies an overall sinister appeal. However, as the play progresses, Lady Macbeth's character changes to one that seems deeply regretful for her actions. Through Lady Macbeth's interactions and statements the reader views her metamorphesis from a sinister being into a remorseful soul.

In the opening of the play, Lady Macbeth is an extremely manipulative individual whom essentially has the power to control her husband's actions. This is evident through the plot of and ultimately the death of King Duncan. Lady Macbeth insulted her husbands manhood stating : "What beast was't then, When you durst do it then you were a man; And to be more...

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