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.
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 …
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.