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Title: Comparing and Contrasting Macbeth and Lady Macbeth

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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: Anonymous
Date: September 5, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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This proves that she is greedy because she will do anything in her power to get something she wants regardless of other people. Macbeth is ambitious in a different way. It is well known that simply wanting something is not enough to actually get it. One must have desire and ambition and must work towards obtaining a certain goal...

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One must have desire and ambition and must work towards obtaining a certain goal. Macbeth has the desire to become the king but lacks the motivation to work for it. In this case the work he must perform is killing the king. Lady Macbeth has the desire to gain kingship through Macbeth and has motivation to kill the king...

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