Climaxes in "Hamlet"
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The paper discusses the issue of climax or climaxes in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet".
From the Paper:"William Shakespeare's tragedy "Hamlet" presents a portrait of a young prince whose behavior is described by Ernest Jones as that of a psychoneurotic and as simultaneously sufficiently possessed of his faculties to express contempt and hostility in an indirect and disguised form. Hamlet, having been informed by the ghost of his father that his father was murdered by the usurping Claudius, swears that he will seek revenge. However, what makes the play challenging is that there are many possible opportunities for Hamlet to obtain revenge and..."
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