Lady Macbeth seems to act oddly in comparison to the average woman of that time period. During her soliloquy she seems as though casting a spell, her manipulative powers are all too advanced for someone living in such a repressed era, and she plays a vital role in the witches' plan. Could this be because she is one of them and thus in on the plan?
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