Asked by juanita a #373424 on 5/23/2014 11:59 AM Last updated by jill d #170087 on 5/23/2014 2:24 PM Answers 1 Add Yours. How does Macbeth reassure himself that he will not lose his kingdom to Malcolm? What is Lady Macbeth's plan? But outfitted in his battle-weathered armor, Macbeth … At Macduff’s castle, Lady Macduff accosts Ross, demanding to know why her husband has fled. Wiki User 2012-05-17 16:05:04. She feels betrayed. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. He is confident that he will not loose the kingdom to malcolm. HElp1. How? What are Macbeth's arguments to himself against killing Duncan?

Like a Freudian psychoanalyst, the doctor observes Lady Macbeth's dreams and uses her words to infer the cause of her distress. Lady Macbeth's mark does not protect her from death, as she dies only a few scenes later. Macbeth becomes king by, with the help of his wife, murdering King Duncan and framing his guards (and killing them too, for good measure). You're not a man in my eyes: You need to follow through on your plans. What arguments does Lady Macbeth use to convince Macbeth to commit the murder? Read a translation of Act 4, scene 1 → Summary: Act 4, scene 2. Answered by jill d #170087 on 5/23/2014 2:24 PM Great king, I’ve come from Fife, where the Norwegian flag flies, mocking our country and frightening our people. Deception and Betrayal in William Shakespeare's Macbeth The play ‘Macbeth” written by William Shakespeare” not only shows us how betrayal and deception undermines society but how it restores the moral law and society back to the way it was before the Thane of Cawdor and the tyrant Macbeth brought about the destruction in the first place. Although Macbeth initially doesn't think he could do such a thing, Lady Macbeth has no question in her mind that they would succeed.

Thus, the witches' influence on Lady Macbeth only increases their effect on Macbeth himself—and, by extension, the entire plot of the play. What are Macbeth s arguments to himself against killing Duncan? He could end up in hell: I am one of his men: I should be protecting him. Start studying Macbeth Act 4. The doctor's behavior in Act 5 Scene 3 resembles that of a psychoanalyst. Her ambition steels him. Macbeth resolves to send murderers to capture Macduff’s castle and to kill Macduff’s wife and children. Leading an enormous army and assisted by that disloyal traitor, the thane of Cawdor, the king of Norway began a bloody battle.