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Downfall of MacBeth
Who Rules Your World?
In his play Macbeth, William Shakespeare makes several accusations regarding man's subordinancy to those other than himself. Although this story takes place during a time when nobility were said to be very knowledgeable, several instances occur in which man is influenced directly by others nearby. Macbeth, a nobleman of Scotland, spends most of his time in this play committing and plotting murder. These murders appear, superficially, to be a result of Macbeth's selfish desire to be a powerful ruler. Upon further reading it becomes obvious that Macbeth's rise to royalt…
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