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Lady Macbeth's Letter to Macbeth.

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Lady Macbeth's Letter to Macbeth Dear Macbeth This is the hardest letter that I have ever written. For once in my life my head is so full of things I can't think straight. I feel like how you used to be WEAK. I hate it I want to be strong but at the moment I am feeling strangely vulnerable. I'm alone without you. I feel like you don't need me anymore. I'm useless to you. You didn't need me when you went to the witches about Lady Macduff and you didn't need me to plot Banquo's death. I said that You must leave this but you didn't take any notice. I still love you and I hate you but I still love you. ...read more.


I remember the joy I had when I received your letter about the prophecies made about you becoming king. I asked the spirits to unsex me so my femine weakness would not spoil our ambition because I knew what had to be done. I had no doubt in my mind when I planned Duncan's death after reading the letter. I knew that you would back away from this so I had to push you and give you courage such as when I told you to leave the rest to me without this you would have been worried about the consequences and probably would have not done it. I bullied you to do want I wanted and I constantly insulted your masculinity and questioned your bravery to boost your courage as well. ...read more.


I have always liked it that way and now I feel that I can never have it again. So what's the point of me living? I am useless. My ambition has gone. I still love you deeply so if I end my life I give you life because I am a holding you back. Our relationship is long gone and in my present state I could easily slip up and then some one will find the truth about the murders. I will miss you and I will miss being Queen. I still don't know now if I regret the murders all not. I am not sure about anything but I am certain what I should do now. So goodbye my love maybe I will see you again or maybe I will never see you whatever the outcome I will miss you. Goodbye, Yours lovingly Lady Macbeth ...read more.

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