Sunday, 29 May 2011

Character Analysis: Lady Macduff

LADY MACDUFF: She is Macduff's wife. Lady Macduff, unlike Lady Macbeth, is a strong, honest, loving wife and mother. It is noticeable that she has a close relationship with her son, especially when she tells him that his father had died. She was one of the examples that show "high tragedy" in the play of Macbeth. Lady Macduff was killed by the murderers sent by Macbeth. Her characteristics differed a lot compared to Lady Macbeth. She was a completely innocent character who faced a tragic death.

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