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Macbeth is a very interesting proposal of Shakespeare, as we face the dilemma of normality and abnormality of Lady Macbeth and other characters who interact in this whole web of murder and intriguefor the throne of Scotland. Although the designs of the Witches were successful in all respects, Lady Macbeth stars that shadow occupying all women who are involved with the power and in this case tothe throne of Scotland. It could be clear that the role she plays is quite questionable, especially for the very important recommendations it made ​​to her husband. It was inevitable to reveal thefateful reality that this relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth to be complementary. We found that this system operates according to certain principles that comply with clarity and leave much tobe analyzed for all its dysfunction within this context. It is clear that Lady Macbeth plays the role or the role of partner protective, safe, bloodthirsty, psychopathic and perverse, where he providesthe coldness and seriousness necessary to Macbeth to carry out their role. Lady Macbeth also plays the role to highlight the insecurity of her husband, the designs of the Witches as is obvious in thewhole plot and accept what is written by fate.
The author introduces a character that is significant enough to analyze at what point in the plot introduces it. Interestingly, as Lady Macbeth makeshis appearance when he realizes what is really going to happen with their future queen and her fateful destiny. This means playing the role of conciliator of the shortcomings of her husband andsupports him in every way to save the stability of the crown. In a way Lady Macbeth plays the role of conscience and press in some ways her husband.
Macbeth is the most imaginative and unfortunate of allthe characters of Shakespeare. The work is not the witchery that alters reality, but the hallucinations of the protagonist. The Renaissance imagination is a substitute for the human of divine...
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