Success in life is often derived from careful prioritization. Shakespeareís play Macbeth, is a play about one manís long time ambition, which drove his desire to be king and his fall from grace. Three characters from the play suffer from misplaced priorities are Duncan, Macduff and Banquo.
King Duncan did not have his priorities in order, and, as a result, death was his ultimate price. Firstly, Duncan was too ambitious for his own
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misplaced priorities. Had
he prioritized he might have lived to see his sons become Kings one day.
Three characters from Macbeth, a play of one manís long time ambition that drove his desire to be king who suffer because of misplaced priorities are Duncan, Macduff and Banquo. Clearly Duncan, Macduff and Banquo are men in this play that have misplaced
priorities. If they had prioritized there might have been fewer unfortunate deaths or grievances.