Blog 18

Act 3, scene 2
In this scene, Lady Macbeth and Macbeth confess to each other that they are both losing sleep and they have stopped eating because they are afraid. This was important because throughout the whole story we haven't seen Lady Macbeth afraid or guilty. Macbeth told Lady Macbeth that he had a plan that would reassure them that the throne was theirs, but he didn't tell her the full plan. I found this scene extremely ironic because at the beginning Lady Macbeth was the stronger one in charge, but now Macbeth is taking control.

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