Macbeth was one of King Duncanís most noble, and honored men. His wisdom and bravery are practically unmatched and his loyalty was untouchable. Macbeth was the ideal noblemen to a King until Lady Macbeth got in the way. Paying no attention to honor, decency or the consequences, Lady Macbeth brought forth courage to Macbeth and with it, the crown. Now having the responsibility of all Scotland, Lady Macbeth was finally happy, and so thought
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to bed, ecstatic with the changes soon to take place.
Lady Macbeth uses her wit and charm to turn noble Macbeth against his own king through persuasion and guilt. Lady Macbeth is truly the more evil of the two and remains so throughout the scene. Without Lady Macbeth, Scotland would be with itís rightful ruler, and Macbeth would not have to continuously look over his shoulder to assure him that his safety is attainable.