The Significance of Lady Macbeth
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The paper analyzes William Shakespeare's play "Macbeth" and attempts to show how the character of Macbeth would have never been able to become the murderous man he became if it were not for Lady Macbeth's prodding. The paper describes how Lady Macbeth provided strength and urgency when necessary, and directed his actions through careful and calculated manipulation.
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