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From the play of "Macbeth", Shakespeare gradually and efficiently deepens our understanding of the topics and most of all the relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. The principal subject of Macbeth is ambition, and the way it compels the key personalities to chase it. The antagonists of the drama are the three witches, who symbolise the subject appearance and fact. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth's connection is an exaggeration throughout the drama, because most of their connection relies on greed and power. This differs from the majority of Shakespeare's other plays, that are largely based on romance and trust. There's also guilt which leads Macbeth and Lady Macbeth to the final results of the play. Since the progresses, the continuous changes in Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are vulnerable. The connection of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth takes a few turns throughout the drama. It begins with Lady Macbeth being in controlling and control Macbeth. Then abruptly Macbeth turns in a unhesitant man, who has accustomed to killing and getting his own way. The dire changes in the figures affect the couple's relation tremendously. Shakespeare presents the protagonist of this drama as a valiant and also a prominent character, even before the audience meets him. Macbeth's fellow soldiers offer us an opinion of their bravery and courageous manner. To be able to show his loyalty towards his king, Macbeth had won the appalling war from Norway, and became a fanatic: "For brave Macbeth -- well he deserves that name -- Disdaining Fortune, with his brandished steel, which smoked with bloody execution." Shakespeare's powerful use of word selection in 'courageous' makes the viewer understand the protagonist deeply. Ironically, later in the play, Macbeth's aspirations take over him and turn into the antag...