Greed And Ambition In Macbeth

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Macbeth – Power, Greed and Ambition In Shakespeare’s play ‘Macbeth’ the character Macbeth was once a strong, noble, brave, heroic warrior then turned to become murderous, big headed, greedy and powerful maniac. Macbeth’s ambition led him to a murderous path but if it wasn’t for his wife lady Macbeth’s greed and hunger for power Macbeth’s ambition would never have been sparked up so much. Ambition is described as the desire for someone to achieve their own goals. It is the necessary quality you need to achieve anything, but too much can ruin it for you and make you do unnecessary things in order to reach the goals. Ambition and greed is a common downfall for those who seek power. In the play the character Macbeth changes from a good hearted
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