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Ambition Can Lead To Corruption In Macbeth

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Ambition Can Lead To Corruption In Macbeth
At the beginning of the lay Macbeth is shocked by what his sisters are saying for there is no possible way he could be Thane of Cawdor and much less King. But as he hears of the news that he is now Thane of Cawdor and in line to be king he is becoming unappreciative of how he is uprising. He then thinks of how he can become a king rapidly, giving him the idea of killing King Duncan. This is a clear example of Shakespeare's theme in the play of "Ambition can lead to

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