Lady Macbeth unattended by the three witches indulges in evil for its own sake.
.” Her evil is twofold because she disintegrates in guilt faster than Macbeth.
As a sharp judge of character, he tests Macduff’s loyalty before trusting him.
Unlike Macbeth, he promotes order over chaos and violence.
He rises as a brave victorious general of King Duncan but the time period shown in the play used to assign the king as the God’s representative on this earth and Macbeth after his confrontation with the three witches shows no such nobility rather his dark ambitions comes out and he acts upon them most ruthlessly.
He is shown to us as “While Malcolm and Macduff are meeting in the court of King Edward, we come to know how great and perfect he is as a king."When you durst do it, then you were a man, And, to be more than what you were, you would, Be so much more the man." (1.7.22). As you can see in this quote, Lady Macbeth has her doubts. In every Shakespearean tragedy there is always something called the “fatal flaw”.This flaw is seen in the main character or hero of the play. This passion controls the hero’s thoughts and actions, and, if unable to control this passion it will lead to his doom.He is also shown with healing power against the disease spreading in his kingdom.That’s when Malcolm displays his inner values which are very much needed to be a king.Manipulation through words is her prime tool of evil.The overall theme of evil is maintained through violent and bloody images.He is not naively passionate; he shows practical wisdom when he leads his army against Macbeth.He inspires loyalty in the joining army of King Edward too. The three witches start hovering above it as some ultimate agency whose words seem to be predetermined the course of events.