Hamlet Response Journal III

Hamlet Response Journal III - First Year Seminar Response...

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First Year Seminar Response Journal III Anneliese Antonucci Claudius clearly despises Hamlet to a great degree. He continually tries to make lame excuses to move hamlet over seas. Once over seas, a so-called mysterious accident happens and then Hamlet is dead. Hamlet is playing chess in a sense with Claudius. He always seems to be one step ahead. Claudius is getting his employees to spy on Hamlet. Hamlet realizes this so he becomes very cunning. He allows himself to become very sly. Illustrations of his stealth are sending off false readings of what is taking place that may be construed as the truth. Hamlet understands the concept of “Actions speak louder than words.” Hamlet acts as if he is in loved with Ophelia. This helps assists Hamlet in preserving his life. When the spies return they state they believe they have found the reason for his madness. Claudius tells Gertrude, “He tells me, my dear Gertrude, he hath found the head and source of all your son’s distemper.” This quote is very interesting since
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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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