Effect of power upon relationships, "Macbeth," "Prometheus Bound," and "Ubu Roi"
<Tab/>"Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." This quote by Lord Acton showcases what many literary works reflect, the capabilities of a dangerous thirst for power to cripple the strongest of bonds, whether familial or not. Dating back to the Bible with the story of Cain and Abel, the craving for superiority caused the breaking of the very first brotherly bond with the death of one at his own brother's hands. The works of Prometheus Bound, Macbeth, and Ubu Roi all make use of this literary melody, a strong relationship…
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