Throughout the play, characters including Lady Macbeth are deeply affected by guilt in ways they had never expected. However, some parts lead us to believe that she is not entirely evil and that she is capable of remorse.
He refers to both the literal blood on his hand but also to his sense of guilt. Lady Macbeth used guilt, to tell Macbeth he is not man enough to murder King Duncan. This paper is an exploration of the many instances of guilt in the drama.
Macbeth later told Lady Macbeth about this and she just wanted to help him and do whatever she could for him, so that he would be happy and be King. Lady Macbeth is not as lifelike or realistic as her husband. In Shakespeare's novel, Macbeth, the main characters commit crimes driven by their ambition.
Hell is murky. Two of the most dangerous criminals in this play are Lady Macbeth and her husband. She discusses her feelings, but mainly she reiterates her guilt. This shows that after killing Duncan, Macbeth regrets his decision.
Guilt and How It Is Handled In conclusion guilt is displayed through various representations in the play.