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Papers On Hamlet
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Hamlet/Theme of Revenge
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A 5 page essay that analyzes what propels Hamlet to action. The writer argues that it is far harder to coldly and rationally enact revenge after the fact than when a misdeed first occurs and the blood runs hot to seek justice, regardless of the consequences. For Hamlet, however, "outrageous fortune" has conspired to present him with the task of revenge, but within a context when Hamlet is well aware of all consequences and does not have the heat of passion to help him with his task. The fact that Hamlet is quagmired in doubt and self-reflection throughout most of the play, and acts only when circumstances ignite his emotions suggests that Shakespeare intended the audience to perceive violence as something that requires an emotional response from a good man. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khhamrev.rtf

Hamlet/Time is Out of Joint
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A 3 page essay that analyzes this metaphor from the end of Act I, Scene 5. The writer argues that Hamlet feels that his universe and everything in it, including time, has been displaced and made alien to him. Sometimes there are life events that are so dramatic-- or traumatic-- that it divides time for that individual from that moment on. Everything that has ever occurred for this individual can be "dated" as either before or after in regards to this event. Such is the case for Hamlet, who has been confronted by a string of events that have undermined his basic assumptions about life and it is this realization to which he refers. The events leading up to this line are reviewed and discussed. No additional sources cited.
Filename: khhamtj.rtf

Hamlet/To be Admired or Despised?
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A 5 page essay that argues that Hamlet, the tortured Prince, should be admired. The writer argues that an examination of the play shows that although Hamlet creates his own downfall through his murderous actions, he is basically a good man caught in a mind-boggling situation. His story is tragic precisely because Hamlet is an admirable man who is caught within a web of forces from which he cannot escape. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khhamadm.rtf

Hamlet/Tragic Flaws
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A 5 page research paper that investigates the personality of the Shakespeare's Danish prince and the tragic flaws that lead him to his destiny. The writer explores Hamlet's cynicism, his relationship to Claudius and Gertrude and others. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khhamtra.rtf

Hamlet/Use of Satire and Cynicism
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A 5 page essay that discusses the Shakespeare's use of satirical, cynical language in Hamlet. The writer argues that through his use of language, Shakespeare wrestled with life's most difficult concepts and, furthermore, that these dialogues progressed the characterization of Hamlet. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khhamsat.wps

Hamlet: Tragic Hero.
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This 5 page paper examines the role of Hamlet as tragic hero; and discusses this tragedy as a "play within a play," as well as the role of the major character as victim, or seeker of revenge. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: BBhamlet.doc.

Hamlet: A Celebration of Life
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A 6 page paper which illustrates that Shakespeare's Hamlet was a man, and a play, that argued for the celebration of life and not the misery of existence. In Hamlet we see a man who is challenging tradition, a tradition that assumed the life of a man was nothing short of miserable and therefor it was allowable for mankind to engage in dishonorable conduct. Hamlet challenged that tradition and in essence celebrated life as he fought for honor. Bibliography lists 6 additional sources.
Filename: RAhamlife.wps

Hamlet: Conflicts Between Father and Son
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A 5 page paper which examines three father and son conflicts in Shakespeare's "Hamlet." The relationships are those of Hamlet and Claudius, Laertes and Polonius, and Fortinbras and Fortinbras. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RAhamson.rtf

Hamlet: Dreaming and Sleeping
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A 4 page paper which examines the relationship between the themes of dreaming and sleeping in Shakespeare’s Hamlet. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAhamdrm.rtf

Hamlet: Graveyard Scene
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A 5 page paper which analyzes the graveyard scene in Shakespeare's Hamlet. The paper discusses how the graveyard scene relates to the theme of the play, as well as analyzes the significance of the placement of this scene. Bibliography lists 2 additional sources.
Filename: RAhmltgr.rtf

Hamlet: Incest Theme
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4 pages in length. Among the myriad themes interwoven throughout Shakespeare's Hamlet, incest is one of the most blatant - yet subtle - of all, given the fact that its presence is felt throughout the entire play even when one cannot tangibly see it. Various allusions are made to the incest theme during these less-than-obvious acts, not the least of which include Hamlet's never-ending interactions with the ghost, the interaction between Ophelia and Laertes, as well as in exchanges concerning Claudius and Gertrude. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCHamletInc.rtf

Hamlet: Man Of Action Or Inaction?
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5 pages in length. Was Hamlet a man of action or inaction? When determining this answer, one must first understand the extent of his struggle that ultimately establishes his response. A great deal of maturity and moral development occurs in Shakespeare's "Hamlet." Respective to the central character, Hamlet comes to various conclusions with regard to the acceptance of reality, issues of morality and, perhaps above all, the concept of his own mortality that clearly indicate him to be a man of inaction. No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLChmlet.wps

Hamlet: Ophelia and His Mother
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A 5 page paper which discusses how Hamlet’s opinion and perspective changes due in part to his mother and Ophelia. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAhamom.rtf

Hamlet: Righteous or Unrighteous
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A 7 page paper which examines whether or not Shakespeare’s Hamlet is righteous or unrighteous. The paper focuses on how Hamlet is righteous. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAmlrt.rtf

Hamlet: The Deterioration of a Strong Character
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This 5 page paper looks at the protagonist of this well known play and the changes he experiences throughout. Hamlet's fatal flaw is recognized and his emotions and mental problems discussed in depth. Quotes are included. Other aspects of the play are explored, based on questions submitted by a student. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA423Ham.rtf

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