Ambition And Contradiction In Macbeth

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In the play Macbeth, written by Shakespeare himself in 1606, unnatural and ironic events occur. In the play, Shakespeare attempts to show how ambition and contradiction can lead to terrible consequences: for example, by Macbeth trying to secure his place as King on the throne, he ends up not only losing his life but also his place as King. During the play “Macbeth” Shakespeare creates two characters named Lady Macbeth and Macbeth whose relationship is once based off love, later on in the story begins to be based off power.
In some situations, women can be the downfall of men as Lady Macbeth is to Macbeth in the play “Macbeth”. Lady Macbeth is power hungry and wants to be king but can’t due to her gender. This causes her to encourage her

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