Hamlet essay - The Ghost In Hamlet written by William...

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The Ghost In Hamlet written by William Shakespeare, there is a character that appears only a few times very briefly. Even though this character only briefly appears, this character ends up being very significant. This character is the Ghost of . The Ghost affects some characters, and events that happen. He affects Hamlets personality, the mood, and every death in the play. Hamlet is very respectful of his mom, Gurtrude, in the beginning of the play, as when he asked to go back to college in Wittenberg. Gurtrude said, “Let not thy mother lose her prayers, Hamlet. I pray thee, stay with us. Go not to Wittenberg.” Hamlet listened and respected his mother’s wishes by saying, “I shall in all my best obey you, madam.” Hamlet was very fond of his mother and respected all her wishes, he would never disobey her. Hamlet however changed after a meeting with the Ghost. The Ghost causes Hamlet to become obsessed with killing his uncle, Cladius. He no longer respects anyone, even his mom. You can see an example of this later in the play, when Hamlet is
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