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Hamlet - Tragedy

Tragedy treats human beings in terms of their godlike potential, of their transcendental ideals, of the part of themselves that is...

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Jenalee_13 Published on 05/10/2006 1610 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet's emotional state before the apperance of the ghost

Hamlet’s emotional state before the appearance of the ghost. The recent events in Denmark appear to have deeply troubled Ha...

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imation_32 Published on 09/09/2005 1667 Reads Hamlet

Ophelia and Gertrude

OPHELIA AND GERTRUDE Hamlet is, without any reservation, one of Shakespeare’s most significant plays. In this p...

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ozdemr Published on 03/30/2005 1630 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet

Unlike most of the characters in this play, Hamlet displays unique ways of thinking, as well as a strange mentality towards loved ...

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Goose Published on 03/16/2005 746 Reads Hamlet

Explore Shakespeare’s Presentation of Madness in the Play

Within his tragic Hamlet, Shakespeare explores three definitions of madness. The definition presented by Ophelia is the only one ...

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emmashep Published on 01/15/2005 1310 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet - Action and inaction

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a-fo Published on 10/27/2004 731 Reads Hamlet

HAMLET/ ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD

HAMLET/ ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD Question: In any transformation, the more recently composed text will have greate...

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vdg Published on 11/23/2003 1107 Reads Hamlet

How Hamlet’s attitude towards death changes during the play.

"Imperious Caesar, dead and turned to clay, Might stop a hole to keep the wind away." Using this quotation as a starting point, di...

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ukgirl86 Published on 11/20/2003 12814 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet - why is he a tragic figure?

During his lifetime, William Shakespeare composed a numerous number of plays, most of which are considerably famous today. Unlike ...

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lalaland Published on 11/08/2002 934 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet's Regeneration

The movement towards Hamlet’s regeneration begins with his reflection on the player’s speech about Hecuba; it advances further in ...

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cheetah Published on 03/09/2002 1414 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet's Purported Insanity

The character Hamlet in Shakespeare’s Hamlet may be considered eccentric at least, insane or deranged at worst. While Hamlet is as...

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Enirambus Published on 03/04/2002 1212 Reads Hamlet

Love in Hamlet

In his play, Hamlet, William Shakespeare explore’s many different types of love. One type of love is Hamlet’s love toward Ophelia,...

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Super_Jeff Published on 01/23/2002 1112 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet

Love, control over action, and the ability to overcome depression are just a few ways to prove maturity. It is obvious Hamlet love...

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limpb4e16 Published on 01/17/2002 844 Reads Hamlet

The Ultimate Disguise

Deep within the scorching desert sands lurks a creature, moving cautiously into position as it readies itself for a strike upon it...

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yauivan Published on 01/07/2002 964 Reads Hamlet

Why does Hamlet delay the act of Revenge?

An exploration of why Hamlet delays the act of revenge Hamlet is a human being, and he is an emotional human being. He feels gu...

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Magic_roundabout Published on 01/06/2002 2461 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet: Does Shakespeare have a Profound dislike of women?

In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, it can be argued that the playwright shows a profound dislike of women. I agree with this opinion; it can...

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jw_ian Published on 01/06/2002 1376 Reads Hamlet

To be sane or not to be sane

The Shakespearian play “Hamlet, Prince of Denmark” offers a puzzling main character by presenting an apparent sane man portraying ...

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MidNyteSpecial69 Published on 11/28/2001 694 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet: How The Audience Reacts

How does Shakespeare influence the audience’s response to the character of Hamlet? There are many scenes within the play of Ham...

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kierangod Published on 11/05/2001 780 Reads Hamlet

The Effectiveness of the Opening to Hamlet

Hamlet is launched extremely well because there is no long drawn out introduction to the plot. The story begins almost immediately...

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horn Published on 09/08/2001 803 Reads Hamlet

Moral and psychological atmosphere

From its opening, the tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, plunges us into a world of mystery, intrigue and plotting. It is dark,...

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Vanessa Published on 08/30/2001 924 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet Act I scene ii 1-179 - ambiguous characters

I do agree that the characters in this scene are portrayed in a very ambiguous manner. At this point in the play, many of the char...

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azurefyre Published on 07/09/2001 1260 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet: A Question of Interest - Letter

Dear Kylie, I noticed your submission to Culture Magazine, regarding Shakespeare’s great play “Hamlet”. Having recently studied...

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stuffisgood Published on 05/30/2001 695 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet - A Eulogy

Dearest friends, family and the people of Denmark. We gather here today to mourn the loss of the noble prince, loyal son and true ...

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stuffisgood Published on 05/30/2001 1639 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet's Tragic Flaw

Hamlet's famous soliloquy (Hamlet, act III, scene 1) shows his depth and ability in thinking, and shows Shakespeare's ability to m...

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GermanGirl2005 Published on 05/01/2001 1527 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet - a Universal Man

The tragedy and situation in the play ‘Hamlet’ has been commented on as ‘universal.’ Audiences of many different cultures can enjo...

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aysha Published on 03/18/2001 859 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet: Character Analysis

Over the centuries many people have complained that William Shakespeare did an inadequate job of steering the readers of Hamlet to...

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Admin Published on 03/12/2001 1395 Reads Hamlet

True love in Hamlet

“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark,” (1.4.89) Marcellus so wisely stated not knowing the precision behind his words. Var...

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kylee Published on 03/05/2001 1012 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet's Humanness

Sometimes the only way to describe something is to give their antithesis or archetype. We already learned from Polonius’s tautolog...

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Admin Published on 02/28/2001 1077 Reads Hamlet

Hamlet as an Aristotelian Tragedy

According to the Aristotelian view of tragedy, a tragic hero must fall through his or her own error. This is typically called the ...

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ChemXGurl Published on 01/30/2001 1040 Reads Hamlet

Death in Hamlet

“So shall you hear of carnal, bloody, and unnatural acts, of accidental judgments, casual slaughters, of deaths put on by cunning ...

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Juliette Published on 01/29/2001 1111 Reads Hamlet