why do you think Shakespeare has lady Macbeth walk in her sleep? How is this scene related to the remarks Macbeth makes in Act2, Scene2, just after he kills Duncan?

1. question is in act 5

2.question is in act 2, scene 2

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Sleepwalking indicates that L. Macbeth has a disturbed mind. She mutters snippets of damning information from past acts and themes. This supports the larger theme that being queen at any cost was more damaging than beneficial.