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Lady Macbeth

A prezi about lady macbeth
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colby D

on 15 July 2010

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Transcript of Lady Macbeth

Weak Controlling Insane Lady Macbeth who is Lady Macbeth? Guilt suicide "Since his majesty went into the field, I have seen her rise from her bed.." "the queen is dead my lord." "Coward! give me daggers, the dead and sleeping are but pictures..." Soon, the guilt of the killing
overcomes lady macbeth. She ends her own life. Lady Macbeth feels guilty for the killing. She does not show it while she is awake, but she sleepwalks and confesses her sins. Her insanity shows throughout the
play, it does not take alot to realize that
she is not right in the head. Lady Macbeth likes to
think of herself as strong,
but in reality she is truly weak.
it shows when she kills herself. Lady macbeth manipulates Macbeth into doing her will.
he would not have killed the king if it were not for Lady
Macbeth. SHE'S NUTS! To put it simply, Lady Macbeth has issues.
She manipulates Macbeth, and is the cause of all
the issues that plague him. She is generally nuts in the head.
This is pretty much proved in about every scene she is in. then again... if you killed somebody, would you not feel guilty too? Can we really judge her for killing herself or wanting her husband to be happy? maybe Lady Macbeth is not crazy after all.
we should rethink this... Lady macbeth Loyal A lover A believer in destiny Maybe a bit eccentric... Lady macbeth is extremely
loyal to her husband. she only
made him kill the king so that
he could be happy. When she learned about the "prophecy"
she imedietly believed it. you would likely believe it
too if you lived in that time. She drove herself mad trying to please Macbeth.
she would have done anything for him to make him happy. It made her happy to do so. yeah, she took it too far some might say, but it all worked out... until, you know, she told people in her sleep that she did it... then killed herself other than that it worked out FINE! you know, let's just say... It's probably the easiest way to describe her but you have to balance the good with the bad, she is only human after all. "you are thane of Glamis and cawdor, and you are going to be king, just like you were promised." "you are too full of milk of human kindness to strike aggressively at your first opportunity." everybody gets in over their head at some point, she just couldn't cope with it. presentation created by Colby Diamond
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