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    Smith’s Hyper Hamlet Annotated Hamlet with Hypertext Links to Related Lines‚ Plot Summary‚ Themes‚ Motifs & Symbolism & Word-Play‚ Character Analysis‚ Historical Context‚ and Essays Complete Text of Hamlet Annotated with Hypertext Links (This is useful for searching within the play without bumping into my notes‚ which are discreetly linked via hypertext.) Complete Text of Hamlet Annotated with Interleaved Notes and Links Hamlet Plot Summary Hamlet Themes Hamlet Motifs & Symbolism

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    The Tragedy of Hamlet‚ Prince of Denmark is a tragedy by William Shakespeare. Set in the Kingdom of Denmark‚ the play dramatizes the revenge Prince Hamlet exacts on his uncle Claudius for murdering King Hamlet‚ Claudius’s brother and Prince Hamlet’s father‚ and then succeeding to the throne and taking as his wife Gertrude‚ the old king’s widow and Prince Hamlet’s mother. The play vividly portrays both true and feigned madness—from overwhelming grief to seething rage—and explores themes of treachery

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    In the play Hamlet‚ Shakespeare conveys these two main factors fate and flaw to demonstrate the depiction of Hamlet’s demise. A flaw is an imperfection‚ or defect in someone’s behaviour. Fate is the development of events outside a person’s control‚ regarded as determined by a supernatural power. Hamlet’s flaws is caused by his melancholy of being sad‚ depressive‚ and overly-introspective which contribute to his downfall. For example Hamlet demonstrated one of his flaws when

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    Why does Hamlet delay Killing Claudius? What is stopping him. How valid are his reasons for his hesitation. How many times does he have the opportunity to attack and kill Claudius but hesitates and does not go through with it. What do these hesitations and delays say about Hamlet’s character. Hamlet is a very intriguing character with a lot of different morals‚ ethics‚ and principles. Hamlet’s morals‚ ethics‚ and principles are more on a subconscious level and sometimes Hamlet does not even realize

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    Hamlet Essay People who are immature and impulsive create their own problems in life. In William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet‚ a young man‚ Hamlet‚ is immature and impulsive. Hamlet’s doubting and deliberating actions combined with his immaturity and anger spark the bloodbath that leads to his death and demise of others. Hamlet’s immaturity leads to his tragic death. Being immature‚ Hamlet is often sarcastic about serious matters. When speaking to Ophelia he says‚ “O God‚ your only jig-maker. What

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    deterioration in Hamlet ​William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet explores the thought process of a man on a mission for revenge and the psychological factors associated with it. By making Hamlet an over-contemplating protagonist Shakespeare is successfully able to explore the thought process of someone out to get revenge. A major theme in the play Hamlet is mental deterioration. Hamlet’s antics blur the line between acting and real madness‚ Ophelia loses her ability to rationalize after losing Hamlet then her

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    Shakespeare’s ’Hamlet’ remains at the pinnacle of high culture texts and the cannon as one of the most iconic texts in the modern world. ’Hamlet’ is a deeply philosophical in which grapples with metaphysical questions- existential in nature that underpins the human ethos. It is through the highly charged language‚ textual integrity and use of meta-theatrical techniques that ensure the play’s modernity and continuing resonance in society through multiple perspectives. Hamlet is a revenge tragedy

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    perspectives‚ composers collaborate with one another in order to attain a heightened understanding of the context. The enduring quality of Hamlet arises from its textual integrity‚ and its exploration of universal themes relating to the human condition. As such‚ the cohesive nature of Shakespeare’s Hamlet (1601) is enhanced through Gregory Doran’s’ film interpretation Hamlet BBC (2009). An analysis of this contemporary production elucidates the concepts from the original play‚ exploring the deceptive facades

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    Hamlet Timed Writing In Hamlet‚ Gertrude is portrayed to be not as loyal to Hamlet as a mother should be. Hamlet is a scholar and a philosopher‚ searching for life’s most elusive answers. Gertrude is shallow‚ and thinks only about her body and external pleasures. Like a child she wants to be delighted. Gertrude is also a very sexual being‚ and it is her sexuality that turns Hamlet so violently against her. The Ghost gives Hamlet‚ who is already disgusted with his mother for marrying his uncle

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    yet he is in fact sane. Shakespeare achieves this by using imagery throughout the play. In the beginning of the play‚ Shakespeare demonstrates that in the play Hamlet‚ he plugs in the idea of existentialism quit often in Act 1. He uses existentialism because it conveys a certain image in those scenes. When Hamlet’s father dies Hamlet is convinced that he shouldn’t live without his father. During the first two months of his father’s death he becomes suicidal and thinks to himself that “Oh‚ that

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