How does Shakespeare seet to reate sympathy for Lady Macbeth?

Act five, scence one

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Lady Macbeth becomes estranged from her husband as he becomes obsessed with power and control. Her isolation and her sins eventually drives her to insanity. In her naked sleep walking, we see her trying to reconcile what she has done. She is unable to do this and so we can feel a little sorry for her.