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We hear the cry of her women and the brief report of her death, — nothing more. Shakespeare wishes at this point to concentrate all our interest and sympathy on the hero of the drama. It is not the manner of Lady Macbeth's death, but the way in which it affects her husband that he wishes us to notice. 14.

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Lady Macbeth is a leading character in William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth (c.1603–1607). The wife of the play's tragic hero, Macbeth (a Scottish nobleman), Lady Macbeth goads her husband into committing regicide, after which she becomes queen of Scotland. She dies off-stage in the last act, an apparent suicide.

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Macbeth and Lady Macbeth both have the intentions of killing Duncan when Macbeth becomes Thane Of Cawdor. For Lady Macbeth her husband, Macbeth, believes that being the Thane Of Cawdor is not ...

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Macbeth’s mind is full of self-doubt. Lady Macbeth's death is a result of her guilt at her part in having killed King Duncan. She lost her mind at the end, imagining that the blood was still on ...

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Lady Macbeth gives this soliloquy in Act 1, scene 5, while waiting for King Duncan to arrive at her castle. She’s determined that Duncan must be murdered, and asks for help from the spirits to give her the courage she needs to kill him.

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The report of Lady Macbeth's death perhaps comes as no surprise, either to Macbeth or to Shakespeare's audience. The word "hereafter" recalls the "hereafter" of the Witches' first prophecy; their "hereafter" was the future that Macbeth was to inherit as king. But the word also refers, ironically, to the heavenly "hereafter," which Macbeth seems ....

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Lady Macbeth approaches the fire. What would my servants think finding me dead? All people hate malicious Queen Macbeth: In Glamis, Britain, Fife, they will rejoice! The fire burns so cruelly, it invites. me into raging, blazing, violent death! Lady Macbeth places her hand into the fire. Thou damnèd world, thou givst no other choice!

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John Singer Sargent [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons It’s easy to miss when and how Lady Macbeth dies, because like so many other major character she dies off stage and her death is reported by a lesser character. In this case the news comes in Act 5 Scene 5, when Macbeth hears a scream and sends Seyton to investigate.