What does lady macbeth mean by “when none can call our pow’r to accompt” in these lines from act v of the tragedy of macbeth by william shakespeare? she is expressing a fear of macduff that the king shares. she believes that she and the king are all-powerful. she and macbeth are calling for an increase in power. she and macbeth cannot explain why they have so much power.
C) She believes that she and the king are all-powerful.
Explanation: In the given passage from "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare we can see Lady Macbeth speaking about how she and Macbeth killed the king Duncan. She feels guilty, but she thinks that there is nothing to fear because she and Macbeth have a lot of power, and that this power will protect the, we can see this in the phrase: "What need we fear who knows it, when none can call our pow’r to accompt?"
In "The Tragedy of Macbeth", by William Shakespeare, Act V, Scene I, what Lady Macbeth means by "when none can call our pow'r to accompt" is that no one can say they are guilty. It is Lady Macbeth who makes plans to kill King Duncan, it is Lady Macbeth who wants to be a man to do it, it is Lady Macbeth who calms her husband when he has done it. And it is Lady Macbeth who feels terribly guilty by the murder of King Duncan. She sees an unexistent blood stain, and so she says that no one can call them guilty because no one has seen them do it.
In the lines from Shakespeare's "The Tragedy of Macbeth," Lady Macbeth is talking to herself while she is sleep walking. She feels so guilty that she cannot sleep properly. In that respect, she means that she and Macbeth do not need to fear anything because they are so powerful that nobody will believe they are responsible for killing Duncan. However, she does not actually think so - she is only trying to convince herself of it because she is under the impression that everybody is suspicious of Macbeth.
Lady Macbeth feels guilty. She cannot sleep at night and she sees blood everywehere. She is tortured by Madduff and Banquo's murder. She has forced her husband to commit those murders. In this speech, she sounds as if she were out of her senses; she thinks she should not feel guilty because Macbeth is a soldier and he should not fear death. Lady Macbeth is talking to God-the Lord-. She is trying to justify Macbeth and her " bloody" actions. If you are a soldier, you will kill and not feel guilty. However, she says this in an incoherent speech. She talks to herself.Her guilt makes her speak aloud to herself.
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Lady Macbeth mean by "when none can call our pow'r to accompt" in these lines from Act V of The Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare is She and Macbeth cannot explain why they have so much power. the answer is B.