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Unformatted text preview: not see him yet. It is also near the time when the Ghost usually shows up. Everybody except Horatio ultimately becomes afraid of the ghost. The ghost is not willing to speak to Horatio therefore forming suspicion. It is suspicious to why the ghost of Hamlet does not want to speak to his son. Literary techniques used are not very vivid. To enhance the suspicion the author uses onomatopoeia in line 35 tush tush, twill not appears. He also uses Agnieszka Wynar 2 pairs through the play for supporting his ideas. For example he uses both Bernardo and Francisco for confirmation of the appearance of the ghost....
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- Spring '10
- Hamlet, The Ghost, Hamlet, Horatio