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Faculty Mentors

Tracy Mishkin

Abstract

When we repeat the truism "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely," it is usually obvious who is being corrupted. However, in William Shakespeare's Macbeth, the reader is left to wonder who has been corrupted by the temptation of absolute powerMacbeth or Lady Macbeth?, Whose motives are at play and what are they?

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