Macbeth and Lady Macbeth’s Ambition
The driving force to achieve the Macbeths’ goals was ambition. However, because they were solemnly ambitious at the same aptitude, it caused them not to fully achieve their goals, as one was always more or less ambitious than the other.
Ambition is a characteristic of human nature, which, if expressed in an evil manner, can corrupt the entire person, leaving them permanently evil. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth are great examples of these types of people. In William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” they are torn apart due to their excessive hunger for power and reign. Both Macbeth and Lady. They are both very stubborn and are set in their ways, which is proven when Macbeth does not want to change his mind about killing Duncan. Their combined desire for power is almost unstoppable, and it is their fuel to commit the terrible deeds that they perform. Though they are similar in many ways, they also have many differences, which include the changing of power throughout the play.
The relationship between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth is a very close but a rather strange one. There are a lot of things that Macbeth does not understand about Lady Macbeth, that she knows a lot about him, for example, she knows his weakness of character and his strengths. At the beginning of the play Lady Macbeth is the stronger of the two. Although it was the witches who told Macbeth he would be king, it was Lady Macbeth who uses her art of persuasion, and knowledge of Macbeth’s weaknesses, to make him kill the king. Lady Macbeth uses her persuasive dialogue to manipulate Macbeth, another factor that helps her over power Macbeth. She also uses her knowledge she has of him, to add to the task of persuading him; she knows how to get him...