Why would Macduff kill Macbeth?
Macduff killed Macbeth because of the witch’s prophecy. Macbeth was told to fear no man of woman born. ripped untimely from his mother’s womb”), was not, in the strictest sense, born of woman. Consequently, Macbeth was vulnerable to him.
What is the name of Macbeth’s castle?
Why is Lady Macbeth stronger than her husband?
In a sense, Lady Macbeth is stronger. She is the one who pushes her husband to kill Duncan and do other things necessary to become king and keep his power. She shows more strength then because she is more willing than he to do what is necessary.
How does Lady Macbeth show guilt?
First she thinks about it all the time. Then she has a sleepwalking episode in which she kept trying to wash blood off of her hands. Finally, she ends up killing herself. Lady Macbeth’s guilt is what shows that she’s partly responsible for the murder of Duncan.
How do the second set of prophecies come true?
When King Duncan visits Macbeth’s castle, Lady Macbeth persuades Macbeth to murder King Duncan in his sleep to make the second prophecy come true.
How are Ross and Lady Macduff related?
Ross. Ross is a Scottish nobleman and Lady Macduff’s cousin. He brings Macbeth the news that Duncan has made him Thane of Cawdor. He tries to comfort Lady Macduff when her husband leaves for England.
How do you describe Lady Macbeth?
Lady Macbeth She is presented as manipulative and power hungry. She encourages Macbeth to gain power- whatever the cost. Adjectives to describe Lady Macbeth: Manipulative, ruthless, dominating, ambitious.
Why does Lady Macbeth feel guilt?
” She wants to become more brave so she can help Macbeth to take the throne. She doesn’t want her feminine side to be shown and wants to be kind of heartless, to kill without regretting it or feeling remorse. Later in the play she starts to feel remorse and regrets it.
What is Macbeth’s first name?
Mac Bethad mac Findlaích
Where is Macbeth’s castle?