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Lady Macbeth

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My impressions of Lady Macbeth are that she seems very feisty and ruthless. Besides being married to Macbeth, she seems to be his partner in crime. This is supported by her determination to have him kill king Duncan so that he can become king. She is very power-hungry and is using her husband to get that power. It reveals that there is an eerie, occult tone throughout the rest of the play and that the witches are going to cause trouble. The weather is stormy and foggy which reflects the corrupt and selfish thoughts in the rest of the act. It seems like a dark play. It gives him a taste of power but no way to actually grasp it.

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