Each separate performance is unique. Share this:. However he still retains some of his original traits.
Even though Macbeth now has a motive for murder he is still in moral turmoil. Without her this fantasy would pass and Macbeth would have conducted himself very differently.
When she begins to realize that she has created a monster in Macbeth, she slowly begins to deteriorate and become ill. These roles include: leader, problem solver, and spokesperson for the women. Good and evil.
This thought merely a day dream. Lady Macbeth tells her husband that "Is too full of the human kindness" which means she considers him to be a "wimp" and that she'll have to do it all herself. The guilt that has been set upon her by her husband sprung from convincing him to kill.
In Act one scene 4, Macbeth is very friendly with King Duncan. The play revolves around the bad and wicked qualities in human nature, but Shakespeare also contrasts this evil with the power of good.