Essay about The And Fahrenheit 451 By William Shakespeare

1782 Words Jun 6th, 2016 8 Pages
We have all had an idea or a goal that requires a lot of attention, time, and dedication. These goals or ideas can be anything from sports, to simply getting a certain grade on a test. If you truly want to achieve this goal, you will eventually achieve it. Sometimes, however, we get so caught up in that one goal or idea that we have in our heads, that we do not realize the things that are happening around us, or even how we have changed ourselves. Many times we see this when someone has power and authority, but this also happens to ordinary people, that just want to achieve their goal, or make their idea happen. Throughout the books Macbeth, Frankenstein, and Fahrenheit 451, they all have a common idea that when one becomes obsessed with an idea, they lose touch with your morals, causing negatives outcomes for themselves, and the ones around them.
Many people strive to become a high power or authority. The issue with this want is that many do things that they would have never done if they were not looking for this power. In the book Macbeth, by William Shakespeare, Macbeth is told by the three witches that he will become king. Macbeth becomes obsessed with this idea, and it soon takes over his life. He kills people that may threaten his chance to become king, even if these people are good friends of his, and starts to put fear into the kingdom. Macbeth first kills Duncan, the current King, with the support and advice from his wife, Lady Macbeth. " I go, and it 's done. The…

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