Rationale I wrote the diary telling about Lady Macbeth’s madness under the perspective of an imagining doctor. It was written in simpatico tone and hopes to explain more about Lady Macbeth’s situation after Duncan’s death. In my diary, I tried to use sympathy phrase such as: Poor her, sad for her. I tried to evaluate Lady Macbeth’s responsibilities on Duncan’s death and how scared she feels in modern language. The details of the diary are linked closely to the action of Lady Macbeth in the play.
I chose this topic, because I want to bring out the idea of Lady Macbeth under others eaders’ perspective and I want this creative piece of writing to be interesting and unique. (117) Diary of Lady Macbeth’s doctor. Britain, December 9, xxxx The story happened long time ago, when I first became a therapist. My first patient was Lady Macbeth – the queen of Scotland. I still remember the first day I saw her sitting in my office, with a nurse sitting right next to her. She sat there, looking scared.
When I walked in, she startled for a second, then after her nurse whispered something to her, she calmed herself down and eventually smile, but you can see a sad glance in those eyes. Poor her, a young, beautiful lady with big blue eyes and long brown hair. Why she needed a nurse, you might ask. Well, she seemed to be frustrated and she could not speak much. All she did was talking, if I might say, rather mumbling to herself. Her nurse told me that she had been like that for already few days.
When we were gathering in the room, Lady Macbeth was constantly murmuring about the dark spots she had on her hands, while I saw nothing but a silky palm. And then for a few minutes she sat there rubbing her hands, kept telling the spots to go away. As she said that she could not get rids of those spots, she melled them, and screamed it out loud: “blood, blood”. Even her nurse could not stop her, and Lady Macbeth kept running around like a crazy woman…
I had a good impression about this lady at first. However, after the short interview, I found out that she is the most interesting and devil woman I have ever known. Her nurse told me about the murder of her husband – Macbeth, which I do not think it is necessary to describe it one more time, as it was a dynamic scandal in Britain, for sure you could look up for more details about it. Her husband is the Scottish King, who was not an heir of King Duncan, but a betrayer.
For all I have known, Macbeth actually killed Duncan and paid those men to kill Banquo, and although he did it all by himself, the actual prompt was because of Lady Macbeth’s eagerness to be the Queen. Since the beginning, Lady Macbeth had already set up her plan Just right after reading Macbeth’s letter. I believe that she might look innocent and harmless, but inside, she is the most destructive and manipulating woman ever lived. She wanted the crown some back-up reasons for her crime, she should have felt guilty about it. Sad for her, beautiful woman, but she deserved it, a death of her husband in the end. Total: 450 words