Power and Fate
According to Lord Acton, “Absolute power corrupts absolutely.” In other word if a person is given any sort of power, they are likely to become corrupt in the area in which they are given power. This quote is correct because people who have total powers, they mostly abuse their power. Macbeth by William Shakespeare supports this position through its use of conflict and symbol, and The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Walt Disney Studio also validates this interpretation through its own use of climax and symbol. Macbeth by William Shakespeare explains that the quote is correct through its use of conflict and symbol. Conflict is a struggle between two opposing forces. A symbol is something that is used to represent something else. Conflict is the struggle within Macbeth between his ambition and his sense of right and wrong. Symbols is Macbeth’s bloody hand symbolize guilty; the dagger that Macbeth sees just before he kills Duncan. Not only does Macbeth support the quote, but also so does The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Walt Disney Studio explains that the quote is correct through its use of climax and symbol. Climax is the highest or most intense point in the development or resolution of something; A symbol is something that is used to represent something else. Climax is when Mickey has the control of the power, and he used his power to let besom to do the work for him, but he can not handle the power he has used on the besom. symbol is the hat, it represent power. Both Macbeth and The Sorcerer’s Apprentice support the quote through their unique use of literary element and techniques. Macbeth by William Shakespeare and The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Walt Disney Studio both use of specially literary element and technique to support the quote. people who has total authority is very likely to abuse his position, they might start out using their powers to reach their goals, but eventually they end up using it just...
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