In this scene, [[Lady]] Macbeth is reading a letter from Macbeth telling her about the events of the [[battle]] and the [[predictions]] from the witches. [[Shakespeare]] shows us that Lady Macbeth believes her husband is 'too full of the [[milk]] of human kindness' which means she doesn't think her husband is [[capable]] of murder. We also see that she is [[ambitious]] and seems to have connections with the [[supernatural]] world when she says 'come you [[spirits]] unsex me here.' She begins to [[persuade]] Macbeth to go ahead with the murder through 'look like an [[innocent]] flower but be the [[serpent]] underneath it' which shows the theme of appearance versus reality.