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The paper explores how many of Shakespeare's plays repeatedly demonstrate how individuals' feelings towards one another can lead to very significant and dramatic outcomes, redirecting the courses of entire civilizations. The paper shows how this is certainly the case with King Lear, Antony and Cleopatra and Macbeth. In all three of these plays, the main characters struggle with personal perceptions of fate, betrayal, uncertainty and political ambition and in so doing, they alter the course of history.
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