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The Deadly Words of Lady Macbeth

Summary: The words of Lady Macbeth throughout William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" did not kill anyone, but her words were the ones that provoked her husband's pursuit of power and greed that led to murder.
Asleep but Still Guilty

Shakespeare's Macbeth tells a story of one man's greed for power and his fall to nothing because of it. Lady Macbeth was the partner in crime of Macbeth throughout his killing spree. The first murder, which was King Duncan, Lady Macbeth, played a direct role by plotting the plan and placing the evidence. The last murder of Macduff's family, Lady Macbeth played a very limited role mainly because she knew so little of it. Lady Macbeth is responsible for the murders of King Duncan, Banquo, Macduff's Son, and Macduff's Wife because it was she that set her husband off on his quest power and greed that ended with both of them dead.

Lady Macbeth received a letter from her husband, which made her believe she could have the title she wanted Queen of Scotland and it was not that far...

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