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Five Lessons for Hamlet
A look at lessons Hamlet must learn in William Shakespeare's tragedy.
# 131309 | 1,500 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Shakespeare (Hamlet)


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This paper examines five crucial lessons that Hamlet must face in William Shakespeare's tragedy of that name. The paper also describes a number of truths in the play and has also been seen as hesitant to do so in many cases. This hesitation is seen as a result of Hamlet deciding if the truth he is facing is really the truth or not. These truths contribute to the overall themes of the play and also illuminate the character of Hamlet.

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"In 'Hamlet' by William Shakespeare, the central character has to face a number of truths in the play and has also been seen as hesitant to do so in many cases, hesitating while he decides if the truth he is facing is really the truth or not. These truths contribute to the overall themes of the play and also illuminate the character of Hamlet. The first truth that he must face is that his mother and uncle murdered his father. He is told this by the Ghost, and the way he hesitates before taking the action he is told to take makes it seem that he doubts the Ghost. The Ghost has to be seen as a reliable informant, though some have doubted what the Ghost says and believe that Hamlet has doubts about this..."

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