Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires. Though he reflects on the brevity and meaninglessness of life, he nevertheless awaits the English and fortifies Dunsinane. It is the uncivilized free and wild thinking in Hamlet and The Iliad, in all scriptures and mythologies, not learned in schools, that delights us.
She claims that she would have murdered him herself if he had only not resembled her father sleeping. Some feminist psychoanalytic critics, such as Janet Adelman, have connected the play's treatment of gender roles to its larger theme of inverted natural order.
In these types of plays, the audience finds characters in which they can relate to which is a tragic hero. Whatever Shakespeare's degree of sympathy with such inversions, the play ends with a thorough return to normative gender values.
Guilt hardens Macbeth, but cause Lady Macbeth to commit suicide. Yet another is to recite lines from The Merchant of Venicethought to be a lucky play.
This is because the tragic hero chooses to commit certain actions of his own free will which create a trail of destruction which leads to his eventual downfall. Bemoaning the murders of Duncan, Lady Macduff, and Banquo, she tries to wash off imaginary bloodstains from her hands, all the while speaking of the terrible things she knows she pressed her husband to do.
The assassins succeed in killing Banquo, but Fleance escapes. Macbeth raves fearfully, startling his guests, as the ghost is only visible to him.