1.06 Macbeth Character Development Lady Macbeth Observations Text Support Actions Lady Macbeth went to the location where King Duncan was murdered, framing his death on the guards. This was a very ambitious thing to do. “If he do bleed, I'll gild the faces of the grooms withal, For it must seem their guilt.” Speech Many times throughout the play, Lady Macbeth says how much of a coward her husband is. Lady Macbeth believes herself is far more superior than him. “Infirm of purpose!” “And chastise with the valor of my Tongue, All that impedes thee from the golden round”. Thoughts Lady Macbeth thinks lowly of her husband, thinking he will give himself away as the killer, this is due to how paranoid he seems, because of this she invisions Macbeth as a man who needs her guidance. “Your constancy Hath left you unattended.” Interactions Lady Macbeth speaks with Macbeth about the murder of King Duncan, she explains how she govored up the muder and blamed the guards for what happened.
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