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Lady Macbeth’s Diary.

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Introduction

Lady Macbeth's Diary Dear Diary, At the beginning of today I was received a letter from my dear husband, Macbeth he told me of how he was triumphant in both battles, with his day of success being ended with predictions of his future by "Three Weird Sisters". Who the hailed him with Thane of Glamis, Thane of Cawdor, and king hereafter. It is said they have more than mortal knowledge and if this prediction came true I shalt be Queen! Macbeth tells me later he found out from a messenger from the King he was to be the new Thane of Cawdor, the prediction had come true in a matter of minutes. ...read more.

Middle

I told Macbeth what we are to do and I know he is weak so he must be strong like me and become an innocent flower but be a serpent under it. He isn't sure about killing Duncan but he must go through with it. He deserves to be King and I need to be Queen! I told him I would make the plan as I know he is too full of human kindness but I would still have to use threatening and harsh persuasion to convince him. Everything was ready yet Macbeth the fool that he was left Duncan's chamber to tell me in a weak voice that 'we shall proceed no further in this business' I had to tell him what a coward he was and how he would do it if he loved me. ...read more.

Conclusion

How I would as it was smiling in my face have plucked my nipple from its boneless gums and killed it. (I used the word dashed its brains out to make it more terrifying for him) Yet I convinced him and he rose upwards and forward with me in a partnership of evil to kill Duncan. He even thought about planting the daggers on the drunken guards so it would be more obvious it was them! He has gone now to try and do it. I just hope he does actually go through with this deed and doesn't manage to get caught or give it away! Even if he gets caught I shall be Queen it just means I don't need a coward like him! Lady Macbeth ...read more.

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