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Essay | Macbeth

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Macbeth.
This section contains 487 words
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Macbeth

Summary: Shakespeare's Macbeth: The need for power
Civilization progressed tremendously from MacBeth's time to Shakespeare's time to see what MacBeth was able to do for power. Did it really take four hundred years for people to see this? Greed is human nature, not developed but imbedded into human civilization. Power, money, and respect are something that everyone strives for. It's who takes it further to get what they want which makes people do horrible things to the human society. Many people throughout history have done things that had a deep impact on our civilization. Some reasons people act greedy is because they believe by killing and bringing destruction they will put themselves in a better position to accept more power. There are many forms of this. One example is as simple as taping a kick me sign to an enemies back making them look foolish in front of their peers. While others go as far as...

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This section contains 487 words
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