In William Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Macbeth Shakespeare indirectly characterizes Lady Macbeth through incorporating her heartless actions. For example, after Macbeth completes the unspeakable deed of murdering Duncan he becomes fearful and unwilling to transfer the blame of the murder to Duncan's servants. Lady Macbethclaims he is weak of purpose and childish because he is afraid. Additionally, Lady Macbeth demands he hand her the daggers as she will now hold the responsibility of smearing the blood on the servants so they seem guilty. After the deed is complete, Lady Macbeth acts as if she is unknown to King Duncans death. Through Lady Macbeths actions, before the murderand after, it is clearly evident that she is characterized as
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