What Role Does Ambition Play In Act 1 Scene 5 Of Macbeth '

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In Act 1 Scene 5, Ambition plays a big role in this act because it does not act in God’s world. She calls on to the “spirits” to “unsex me here” to make her less feminine, but more like a man, and to “ fill me from the crown to the toe top-full of direst cruelty” which is saying to fill her with cruelty, also says “make thick my blood” so she can not feel any guilt. “Come to a woman’s breasts and take my milk for gall”. She says to turn her breasts milk into bitter liquid. “come thick night and pall thee” she says this because she is calling the thick night to come and cover the scene of the knife killing Duncan and also for no one to come and scream no no stop. Lady Macbeth goes against of the gods world and calls upon evil spirits to come and help.…show more content…
Macbeth changes and says that he can't kill his own kinsman. Lady Macbeth comes in and starts insulting him because she wants the task to be done. “ Was the hope drunk wherein you dressed yourself? Hath it slept since” This is saying you you drunk when you said you wanted to kill Duncan. She also states that “ she has given suck and knows how tender ‘tis to love the babe that milks me” she is saying that if she promised Macbeth something she would have done it and that Macbeth is being cowardly. Macbeth agrees to do it, because lady Macbeth guilties him to do it. Lady Macbeth guities Macbeth to kill Duncan, he changes his mind because Lady says he is not a man enough to keep his

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