She is the wife of the general Macbeth. This woman has strong ambitions and thirsts for power and status. She is merciless and cruel, pushes her husband to kill the king and capture the throne. At the beginning of the play, the passion burns between the spouses, and Lady Macbeth uses it to guide her husband and force him to go to the murder. However, after the killing of the king, they do not approach, but on the contrary, they are repelled from each other. The killing of the king very much eclipses her head, her conscience torments her. In the end, she commits suicide.
Lady Macbeth in the Essays