A Shakespeare’s tragedy “Macbeth” tells the story of the bloody ascent to the Scottish throne of Macbeth. This is the play in which the evil possesses a man, and then runs him. The main characters are Macbeth and his wife seized with the desire to gain the power by hedge or by stile. One of the main ideas here is that once tempted to commit a crime for the sake of his interests, a person keeps on acting villainously. Sin begets sin, and another thing is to what extent a human sins and how he is experiencing a state of hellish sinfulness. That is just where Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are different.
The difference between Macbeth and his wife is that he acts, but she as a mastermind guides his steps. Mystical coincidences sow the first seeds of vanity in his soul making him believe in his exclusivity. Determined on the battlefield, Macbeth is unable to make split-second decisions in everyday life. Here enters Lady Macbeth, a woman beautiful on the outside, but cunning and cruel on the inside. Eager to be the Queen of Scotland, she convinces Macbeth of the need to act radically.
Shakespeare vividly describes the dual nature of Macbeth, who goes toward the offence for the realization of his ambitions, but this duality has a truly existential nature. Having offended against the law and moral principles Macbeth feels frustrated. Conscience is knocking at his soul, offering to repent and to depart from evil. However, he is no longer able to resist temptation which is the tragedy of his.
Lady Macbeth does not allow her husband to deviate from the intended goals arming already zonked with cruelty Macbeth with new crafty ideas. Unlike her consort she has no doubts, no hesitation, and no compassion developing one bloody slaughter after another. Apart from him, Lady Macbeth feels no remorse and is far from repentance. It is her mind that does not allow her to repent. She understands it only after she goes crazy. In the madness, she wanders the castle, desperately trying to wash hands of bloody spots. The weight of sin becomes unbearable. Finding no rest, Lady Macbeth dies. On receiving the news of her death, Macbeth claims she was supposed to die after him, thus emphasizing that without her support the game is up. Being no longer able to continue the tyranny, he is finally killed.
It is impossible to sell the accumulated sins, especially you are unrepentant. This leads to the inevitable physical and moral death. No matter whether you sin personally, like Macbeth, or run a criminal like Lady Macbeth.
A Shakespeare’s tragedy “Macbeth” tells the story of the bloody ascent to the Scottish throne of Macbeth. This is the play in which the evil possesses a man, and then runs him. The main characters are Macbeth and his wife seized with the desire to gain the power by hedge or by stile.