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Macbeth, a tragedy play by composed William Shakespeare. During the play the connection between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth is the engine which drives the tragedy of this drama. Macbeth is a play about a Scottish knight named Macbeth who comes back from battle and matches three 'witches'. They predict that Macbeth shall become king. In the beginning he was skeptical however when it was announced by King Duncan that he will be made Thane of Cawdor, the next in line to get king for his bravery on the battlefield he believed that their forecast was possible. With this occasion Macbeth believes the witches' predictions are true so he advises his wife Lady Macbeth whom upon hearing the news gets more excited and supportive of the idea. The two of them murder Duncan and Macbeth becomes king since the witches foretold and from then on in they lie, kill and create madness to ensure Macbeth may remain king. At the beginning of the play Lady Macbeth and Macbeth shared a loving relationship in which Lady Macbeth is support of his objectives. Their relationship changes radically following the murder of King Duncan. They both change as people thus modifying their relationship. Their destructive relationship affects the murders madness and deaths from the play. The two of them are so ambitious that together they push one another to attain their goals no matter what. At the beginning of the play Lady Macbeth appears to be supportive of the husband's aims/goals. Their relationship is like any other initially, encouraging and loving. Macbeth refers to Lady Macbeth as "my dearest partner of greatness" (I, v, 9). The correspondence that Macbeth sends to Lady Macbeth when he heard he had been made Thane of Cawdor shows his proximity to his spouse, the witch's forecast "th...