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The Macbeths Relationship

Macbeth by William Shakespeare
by

Kayla Fowler

on 1 February 2013

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Transcript of The Macbeths Relationship

By Ally Campbell and Kayla Fowler An Equal, but Unnatural Relationship Effects of the Relationship The impression of man controlling the relationship Macbeth's devious plans to kill Banquo and the family of Macduff "Be innocent of the knowledge, dearest chuck, til thou applaud the deed."
pg. 95; line 51-52 SPLIT ENDS MacBeth and Lady MacBeth's Affections Toward One Another Lady Macbeth willing to do anything
for her husband to have the thrown MacBeth is initially eager to share his possible success with his wife. Page 29; Act 1, scene 4 "...you shall put this night's great business into my dispatch, which shall to all out nights and days to come give solely sovereign sway and masterdom."
pg. 35; lines 79-82 One's actions leading to the others demise Lady MacBeth displays her loyalty to MacBeth by encouraging him to take the thrown. Pg 31; Act 1, scene 4 " "The castle of Macduff I will surprise, seize upon Fife, give to th' o' th' sword...all unfortunate souls that trace him in his lines."
pg. 131; line 171-175 MACBETH "Let not light see my deep and dark desires"
pg. 29; line 58 Emotional and second guessing his actions Bold and fearless qualities Expresses a desire to live as an emotionless being "Come, you spirits that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here, and fill me from the crown to the toe top-full of direst cruelty. Make thick my blood. Stop up th' access and passage to remorse..."
pg. 33; line 47-51 "O. never shall sun that morrow see!"
pg. 35; line 71-72 Prior to Duncan's Demise LADY MACBETH Jealous and selfish characteristics Following the Murder Lady MacBeth becomes less patient with MacBeth' s anxiety's. Page 59; Act 2, scene 2 The State of the MacBeth's Marriage The couple discusses the excitement of MacBeth's possible royalty Page 43 LADY
MACBETH "We fail? But screw your courage to the sticking place And we'll not fail." MACBETH "If we should fail-" Page 43 Communication weakens as Lady MacBeth shows disinterest in MacBeth's concerns Page 34 Sparing Lady MacBeth of Banquo's fate is where communication reaches its end. Page 95 Partnership to the Thrown MacBeth's Reliance
on Lady MacBeth: Reassurance
Emotional Understanding
Compassion
Advice Lady MacBeth's Contributions: Prays for murder like qualities in herself
Pushes MacBeth to kill
Relocates daggers
Urges MacBeth
to be less
sensitive "My hands are of your color, but I shame to wear a heart so white."
pg. 59; line 82-83 "We will proceed no further in this business..."
pg. 41; line 34 Her Weakness MacBeth is generally unphased by his wife's death because he has lost communication with her and has new views on life. Pages 177-179
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