Emotional Voices In Lady Macbeth

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Compare the way that emotional voices are created in lady Macbeth in ‘Macbeth’ and the creature in ‘Frankenstein’ how do the writers shape the readers responses? Emotional voices are popular in both Lady Macbeth and the creature. Lady Macbeth and the creature have similar voices throughout the novel/play. They both have determined, anger, evil and suffering within their voices that are shown throughout the novel/play. However they do have differences in their voice. The creature is afraid and lacks of confidence whereas Lady Macbeth is very confident and is not afraid of her actions even knowing the consequences. Both Mary shelly and Shakespeare create determined voices in Lady Macbeth and the creature. In act one scene seven, Lady Macbeth questions Macbeth and says ‘we fail’ showing her confidence that they will not fail. Lady Macbeth refuses to accept failure; she already has a plan in order to kill Duncan. When Macbeth questions his uncertainty to the plan to kill Duncan and thinks they will fail to do this, lady Macbeth responds ‘but screw your courage to the sticking – place, and we’ll not fail.’…show more content…
After reading Macbeths letter, Lady Macbeth is jubilant to the idea of murdering King Duncan. She begins to come up with a plan in killing Duncan to gain the royal crown. She then fills up with pure evil; she evilly scams Macbeth into the sadistic murder. Lady Macbeth says “Look like th’ innocent flower, but be the serpent under’t” In this quotation Lady Macbeth is demanding that Macbeth should act innocent and not guilty, but beneath the kindness and love, be a devious evil man who won’t let anything between the crown and himself. Shakespeare quotes sentences such as ‘Look like th’ innocent flower’, which suggests that lady Macbeth is comparing Macbeth’s behaviour towards a flower. ‘But be the serpent under’t’, she is now insists that he continues with the evil scheme in a cautious
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