In act 1, scene 1, a scene of three witches confronts us.

The main theme and issues in act 1 scene 7, are that Lady Macbeth and Macbeth are presented differently because Lady Macbeth is shown to be an loving wife but really she is a wife who is malicious.

Particularly in Act 2, Scene 2, the scene of King Duncan’s murder....

Throughout this essay I am going to look very closely at Act 1 in his play Macbeth, paying particular attention to Act 1 Scene VII, I will be looking to see how Shakespeare’s use of language enables the reader to become a part of the play....

Macbeth Act 1 Scene 7 - GCSE English - Marked by …

Act 2, Scene 2, takes place in the home of Macbeth as a result to the murder of Duncan.

The words and actions that were said by Lady Macbeth were unusual because before this scene Lady Macbeth had acted in the love of Macbeth, but in scene 7 she started to love the power and control more than Macbeth, greed overcame the better of her.

Macbeth Act 5 Scene 1 - Lady Macbeth's sleepwalking scene

My aim in this essay is to explain what Act 1, scene 7 tells us about the characters of and Lady Macbeth, and what troubles does Macbeth come across and how does Lady Macbeth persuade him to murder King Duncan.

SparkNotes: Macbeth: Act 1, scenes 5–7

In what ways does Macbeth convince himself that killing King Duncan is wrong?

Answer: She mocks Macbeth's masculinity, and explains how he would be more manly if he went through with the murder.

Answer: "Bloody instructions...return to plague th' inventor"-- This means that if Macbeth kills Duncan, bad things will come back to haunt him.

Answer: Macbeth uses logos-- he states that he is Duncan's kinsman, subject, and host, and that Duncan is a good king.