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Determining Characters' True Intentions in "Macbeth."

Summary: In his classic drama "Macbeth," William Shakepeare reveals how there is an "art to find the mind's construction in the face."
In today's society, fear is a part of daily life. Everyday there are more reports of robberies, kidnapping and murder. Since 9/11, fear of terrorist attacks and the thought that terrorists might be living among us adds to this hysteria. Trust is something very hard to come by, even between friends. There is always that lingering question in the back of our minds, "How do I really know she's telling the truth"" or "Is he really on my side"." Some people resort to not trusting anyone, avoiding the pain, frustration, and worse consequences of being betrayed. But what kind of life are these people living, when they don't trust anyone around them? Then there are people who blindly trust people without any proof of their real intentions. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, we see how trusting someone based solely on appearances can lead to the downfall of...

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