Reading "Macbeth" is a staple in high school English. The 11th grade lesson, writes Michael P. Maslanka: Unbridled ambition destroys a person. His adult lessons: Resist temptation, ferret out truth and understand that the present moment is the most important moment. First produced in 1605, Macbeth's lessons still resonate in 2012, Maslanka says.
Shakespeare's "Macbeth" Teaches Lawyers Life Lessons
July 16, 2012
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