The Wicked Wife Macbeth's downfall
By Desray Yarger
The Real Reason for Macbeth's Downfall
When Lady Macbeth is telling her husband that they must be good hostesses, and take good care of Duncan even though they both know that Duncan shall not see the next day," He that's coming must be provided for...."(act 1 scene 5 lines 78-79). This shows how even though both Lady Macbeth and Macbeth both know about their plans to kill Duncan, Lady Macbeth still says that he must be looked after which clearly show Verbal Irony.
After the house is woken up by clamor from Duncan's death Lady Macbeth compares trying to get two side to negotiate to the clanging of trumpets,"That such a hideous trumpet calls to parley...."(act 2 scene 3 line 90). This clearly shows a metaphor because trying to get to sides to talk doesn't really sound like a out of tune trumpet.
When the witches give Macbeth the prophecy they tell him something that is that will happen soon and something that will be," All hail Macbeth! Hail to thee, thane of Cawdor!"(Act 1 scene 3 lines 54-55). This quote shows that the witches foreshadowed that Macbeth would be thane of Cawdor witch did come true in the next scene.
Love song a concection
The civil war and naitonal war are done
Next the heros learn something enlightening
Lady Macbeth gets a letter love honeybun
The Macbeths make plans to kill Duncan
Macbeth begin to rethink slaughter
While Lady Macbeth get the gaurds drunken
After the kill they wash up with water
Malcolm and Donldbain flee fearing thier lives
The Macbeth's become King; queen of scotland
Banquo and son are killed so Macbeth thrives
Maduff goes to england and his family is forgotten
Lady macbeth dies right before a war
Macbeth dead; malcolm became king of glore