Essay heading: Comparing and Contrasting Macbeth and Lady Macbeth
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June 30, 2009
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In scene seven of act I, Macbeth admits to Lady Macbeth that he doesn't want to kill Duncan because Duncan was so nice to Macbeth. For example Duncan gave Macbeth the Thane of Cawdor's title. He felt a moral obligation to be nice to the king. Lady Macbeth didn't want to hear any of this and accused Macbeth of not being a man...
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He felt a moral obligation to be nice to the king. Lady Macbeth didn't want to hear any of this and accused Macbeth of not being a man. She didn't care about who she would hurt (emotionally or physically) to acquire kingship. She saw nothing wrong with killing the king.
The differences are obvious throughout the play...
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