The cacophonous word hoarse portrays the ravens speech and harsh tone of voice. Then, there is a tip in the balance of the hegemonic structure in the play. That my keen knife see not the wound it makes. (1:5:51). Lady Macbeth knows hat she is not supposed to have a keen knife, perhaps not a knife at all. A woman, in her right place, should not be keen. She must submit and let her husband have all the control. Where as Lady Macbeth wants to be the one with all the power. The cacophonous diction that Shakespeare uses for the Lady Macbeth. That tend on mortal Ruiz2 thoughts (1:5:40). Lady Macbeths uses the harsh t expresses her self loathing toward her self and her weakness. Nor keep peace between (1:5:45). There is an eerie e sound portrayed in this line. Shakespeares Macbeth portrays the dominance women have. The dominance and the plan that Lady Macbeth has over her own husband. She uses this power to her advantage. Throughout the play Shakespeare reveals through more images of Lady Macbeths dominant power.