Lady Macbeth is pure evil. To what extent do you agree?
In Shakespeare's "Macbeth", we see a lot of evil; we see evil people and we see evil acts. We can see that - almost - everyone has an evil desire within them. However, only a really evil person acts on that impulse and commits something morally wrong. An evil deed doesn't necessarily mean an evil soul; Lady Macbeth was not naturally evil. Before her and her husband came to the conclusion of killing, they had their doubts. How can someone be pure evil, if they doubt the evil that they want to commit?
Lady Macbeth's immediate thoughts (after receiving the letter from her husband) may m…
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