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Whose ambition is the driving force of the play Macbeth Lady Macbeth or Macbeth?

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I think so...but i have to write an essay on it! Argggg!! i wish i could just copy and paste something! on a tecnicality yes she was because she was the one to convince Macbeth to kill duncan but Macbeth is also to blame for agreeing to do it hope i helped :)

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