What does Lady Macbeth say in Act 5 Scene 1?

Lady Macbeth keeps rubbing her hands as if to wash them while saying “out, damned spot” (5.1. 30). Then Lady Macbeth seems to relive her attempt to convince Macbeth to kill Duncan, concluding with the words: “Yet who would have thought the old man to have had so much blood in him” (5.1.

What are some questions about Macbeth?

Are the witches in Macbeth real?

  • Did Macbeth always want to be king?
  • Why does Macbeth think the Witches want to help him?
  • Does Lady Macbeth commit suicide?
  • How did Birnam Wood move and why was Macduff able to kill Macbeth?
  • What convinces Macbeth that the Witches’ prophecy is true?
  • Why does Banquo not trust the Witches?
  • What is the theme of Act 5 in Macbeth?

    Nature representing how the moral order turned upside down: The doctor speaks of unnatural troubles and paranormal acts. This because sleepwalking was seen as a cursed and paranormal act back in the times this play was written. Blood: Blood is used to show the guilt Lady Macbeth is living with.

    Who does Lady Macbeth appeal to in Act 1 Scene 5?

    In act 1, scene 5, Lady Macbeth sees herself as a persuasive, bold woman, who is ambitious and confident. Lady Macbeth believes that she is capable of convincing her husband to assassinate King Duncan to fulfill his destiny.

    What is Macbeth’s theme?

    The main theme of Macbeth —the destruction wrought when ambition goes unchecked by moral constraints—finds its most powerful expression in the play’s two main characters. Macbeth is a courageous Scottish general who is not naturally inclined to commit evil deeds, yet he deeply desires power and advancement.

    How old is Macduff Macbeth?

    Macduff (Male, late 20s-40s) – A Scottish nobleman hostile to Macbeth’s kingship from the start. He eventually becomes a leader of the crusade to unseat Macbeth.