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Title: Gender Roles And Macbeth

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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: Matty
Date: November 9, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 7 / 1884
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She is well aware that the stereotypes and societal expectations of the time period have labeled women as frail, dainty, and weak. Most importantly, women are seen as lacking the ability to be vicious. Lady Macbeth recognizes her husband’s lack of resolve to commit the tasks that he must to become king...

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She does not share Macbeth’s uncertainty. Unlike most women of the time, Lady Macbeth has an unquenchable ambition to become queen, and will do whatever she must for her husband to seize the throne, even if it means tyrannicide. In this aspect, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth have adopted opposite societal gender roles: Lady Macbeth has become strong and sure, the essence of a man...

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