Write an essay of 500 words in which you describe a scene or passage in Macbeth that you found particularly important, interesting, moving, emotional, memorable, etc.
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Macbeth is one of the many Shakespearean plays that audience across the world from different cultures and generations can learn from. The main theme of the play is ambition. For me, ambitions are constant reminders to not be complacent with mediocrity when you know there are countless opportunities to seek for greater things in life. Macbeth, however, reveals the downside of being too ambitious. It can blur the good conscience of people and urge them to sin against...