Lady Macbeth

Murderous, crazy, and the wife of Macbeth

About the story

A murderous deed leads to a murderer's death.

Macbeth, thane of Glamis, is a man who is given predictions by three witches. They foretell that he would soon become thane of Cawdor and King of Scotland. He tells his wife, named Lady Macbeth, who decides that she must help her husband to become king. She decides that even murdering will help quicken-up this process. Will she commit murder, or let chance take care of the crowning?


My feelings about the story

I feel that this story tells a life-lesson. This life lesson is: take your time, and don't rush to get to the point of things. In more detail, Lady Macbeth should of listened to Macbeth; she should of done nothing to help her husband become king. Therefore, I believe Lady Macbeth always wanted to get her way.

Mackenzie Manofsky Period 5