In most of the Act I, it seems as though the witches spark a thought that Lady Macbeth elaborates on to the point of completion. When the witches suggest that Macbeth will become the “Thane of Cawdor”, it evokes mostly confusion and wonder from Macbeth. However, Lady Macbeth makes a commitment to reject her womanhood in order to kill the king. It is her ultimate argument, and plead that his manhood will not be retained if the King lives, that makes Macbeth go through with the killing.
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