William Shakespeare’s Macbeth explores human nature, in particular the ambition of his main character Macbeth. Macbeth makes ill-fated decisions based upon ambitions to become King and retain that position. So
A lock cannot be unlocked without a key that fits into hole. Many literatures form the lock-and-key relationship through their major and minor characters. While major characters lead the story, minor characters add the key elements of the story
Interpersonal attraction is based on the basic human need to be with others, also known as affiliation. This attraction ranges from romantic to casual relationships. There are numerous explanations of