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Though Shakespeare wrote many distinguished plays throughout his amazing life, perhaps none are so deep and complex as Macbeth. The short tragedy recounts Scottish General Macbeth's rise to power through a path of murder and bloodshed, and then his slow descent into madness wracked by guilt and remorse. It is a very dark play that has held up over the years due to the heavy themes that permeate through the work. Morality, the very idea of good and evil, sits at the center of the story, but human character, mysticism, belief and trust all also bleed through the well-crafted pages.