Hamlet Response Journal II

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Hamlet Response Journal II By: Anneliese Antonucci Question to open the book up: Does Gertrude have any involvement in the murder of her husband (it is inferred to be possible)? The guards believe they are imagining the apparition of the King deceased king appearing in front of them. Two days after they had first seen the king they have had other people come watch with them. This is to prove whether they were delirious or sane. The guards noticed the similarities between his frown, which was similar to the one when he attacked Poland, and the armor he wore. Hamlet’s father, whom he shares his name with killed Fortinbras of Norway in battle. Fortinbras died in this battle, this resulted in Denmark gaining possessions of all Fortinbras territories and life. Fortinbras’s son will seek revenge for his families pride, honor, and dignity. The reasoning behind seeking revenge is ignorant and will lead to his death. Laertes and Hamlet will react insufficiently to seeking revenge. They will let spite get the best of them. In The Oedipus Cycle by: Sophocles he says, “Your death will be of the doing of your own hand.” The apparition
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2009 for the course FYS 101 taught by Professor Rodgers during the Fall '08 term at Simons Rock.

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