Letter to Hamlet

Letter to Hamlet - Letter to Hamlet Dustin Damashek Dear...

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Letter to Hamlet Dustin Damashek Dear Hamlet, I was sorry to hear about your father. Horatio sent me a letter last week getting me up to date on current events. I can not believe that you both saw your fathers ghost. What is even more shocking is that he spoke to you. In regaurds to your question of whether or not I thought you should avenge your fathers murder, it depends. It depends on whether or not you believe the ghost. I mean that is pretty spooky and whose to say that it was not some tool of the devils that is trying to get you to do something that you will regret. You have to remember that you are in a very emotional state right now and may not be thinking with a level head. I would advise you not to do anything rash. However, if you are positive that the apparition was really that of your father and that it did indeed speak the truth, then you know what you have to do. It is not only your right to avenge your father, but your duty as a good son and even as a good citizen of Denmark. As for your mother, I do agree with you that it is odd that she married so soon after
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Robert during the Spring '07 term at Arizona.

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