Macbeth Essay | Lady Macbeth's Unsex Me Speech

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Lady Macbeth's Unsex Me Speech

Summary: Soliloquy analysis for Lady Macbeth's Unsex me speech, from Macbeth by William Shakespeare
Lady Macbeth's unsex me speech

Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare is an outstanding story with an appeal that will continue to last for many years to come. Soliloquies are used as dramatic form of conversation in which characters talk to themselves during plays to inform the audience about the character's state of mind, intentions and motives. In Act I, Scene v Lady Macbeth's soliloquy reveals her thoughts, emotions, and also emphasizes certain characteristics she possesses.

Lady Macbeth's character is one of strong will and deception. After being told about the witches prophecy and learning what the future holds for Macbeth, Lady Macbeth becomes determined to see her husband become king. Lady Macbeth falls into a desperate state, and believes that she has to call on a supernatural power which, the spirits possess to "unsex" her of the considerate and compassionate feminine traits that she possesses...

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