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EVIL ON EARTH CAN IT DESTROY YOUR LIFE Ambition and power come together hand by hand A good example of this is the tragic play Macbeth written by the best playwright of all William Shakespeare Even though Shakespeare lived in the 15th century his play is situated in the 11th century and it is a historical event that took place in Scotland In the tragic play Macbeth Shakespeare uses 3 central elements that influence in the personalities that people of the 11th century had and that is very different from the one we 20th century people have evil ambition and power Macbeth the central character of the play is a good person but his personality gives a 90 degrees turn throughout the story Evil is the worst thing on Earth It affects everyone In this drama evil is represented in the figure of three human beings Macbeth Lady Macbeth and the 3 witches The number three in the play is a very good clue Cause it represents the holly threesome that is the father the son and the holly spirit and throughout the play we see the number 3 constantly In order to commit evil Macbeth gains bravery by two forces that act over him and that are evil Lady Macbeth and the witches If Macbeth had met the witches he would have never committed evil A very good example of the manifestation of the power of evil on the play is the sudden breakdown of Macbeths personality At the beginning of the play Macbeth appears as a hero he is brave and loyal to his king Three witches encounter Macbeth and address him as Thane of Cawdor and as the future king First Witch All hail Macbeth Hail to thee Thane of Glomis Second Witch All hail Macbeth Hail to thee Thane of Cawdor Third Witch All hail Macbeth that shalt be king hereafter Shakespeares Macbeth Act
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