The Role Of Peer Pressure In Macbeth

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Macbeth should be taught in every high school class. While this play in unique in many ways, it also displays many morals along with it. Every single teenager encounters peer pressure at some point during high school. This play shows peer pressure from an extreme view. Macbeth is peer pressured by Lady Macbeth into killing King Duncan. Inside Macbeth did not want to kill the King. He loved his king although he also loved his evil wife. Although Macbeth let his wife peer pressure Macbeth into killing King Duncan. If Lady Macbeth did not influence Macbeth into killing King Duncan it would not have been done. We know Macbeth regrets his decision because it literally drives him crazy. This play allows the reader to receive an exterior perspective

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