The Importance of Lady Macbeth's Influence on Her Husband
Lady Macbeth has a huge impact on Macbeth and she can pressure him sometimes, as result, it made Macbeth wanting to kill the king however Macbeth is the kings relative and subject and Macbeth is the king's host and she should protect the king not kill him however lady Macbeth makes a plan to kill the king .lady Macbeth could've stopped her husband.
Lady Macbeth could've stopped her husband from killing the king but she helped and made a plan .macbeth has so many thoughts after sitting alone he decides not to kill the king , after telling his wife she refuses and gives him a crazy example about a child "plucked my nipple from his boneless gums and dashed his brains out" which symbolizes riding her life of purity and blessing to get power after hearing this example Macbeth agrees to the murder which shows the audience that lady , Macbeth has a huge impact on Macbeth and can convince him easily and she would kill or be a murderer just let her husband be king by having a false appearance.
Lady Macbeth puts on a false appearance, she pretends to be kind and loyal and loving towards the kind which is a false appearance that also can hugely impact Macbeth after being the reason for the king's death which shows us she can convince Macbeth into doing bad things and it could result in him being a murderer which is a bad thing by making a false appearance no one will know their behind the murder that will happen "look like an innocent flower but be a serpent under it".
Finally, it is clear that lady Macbeth has a huge impact on Macbeth and can convince him into ding bad things which also made lady Macbeth the reason for Macbeth's decision to kill the king even when Macbeth didn't want to kill him she refuses "plucked my nipple from his boneless gums and dashed his brains out" and lady Macbeth also challenges Macbeth to commit to the plan "but screw your courage to the sticking place and well not fail " all of this evidence indicates that lady Macbeth is the reason for Macbeth's decision to kill the king, after all the pressure from his wife and the great opportunity he decided to kill him.