Incomplete question remade here:
- Lady Macbeth takes control of the situation after Duncan has been murdered, and she criticizes Macbeth for his behavior. Yet earlier in Act II, Scene 2, Lady Macbeth admits that she could not bring herself to kill Duncan because he resembled her father as he slept. Does this fact affect the way you view Lady Macbeth's criticism of her husband? Is she justified in chastising him, or is she a hypocrite because she demonstrated "weakness" by being unable to commit the murder herself?