."In the early part of the play we see Macbeth as hesitant, agonised, fearful and conscience stricken; we see his wife as decisive, ruthless, and unscrupulous. As the play progresses there is a fine irony in the gradual reversal of their positions"
In the beginning of Macbeth, Shakespeare portrays Macbeth as an uncertain, scared man who is plagued by his conscience and morals. Lady Macbeth, however, is seen in a very different light; she is ruthless and lacks an active conscience and moral fibre. As the play progresses they switch roles. Lady Macbeth is plagued by her attitude at the begi…
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