Entry 6 - John Malloy Portfolio 6, Entry 6 Hamlets story is...

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John Malloy Portfolio 6, Entry 6 Hamlet’s story is one of great merit and hardship. It began one eve a while back. As Bernardo and myself were posted to keep watch, an apparition in the form of our old King Hamlet appeared. Much to our distress, we were unable to gain any knowledge of its origin or intent. Hoping our dear Hamlet could learn something from his father’s ghost, we sought to bring him back to the spot the next night. That night is what wrought all that lay before you. Hamlet learnt that his father’s death was no accident, but rather a murder. And the culprit was none other than his own brother, Claudius. From that night on, Hamlet vowed to take revenge for his father’s life. The next time I spoke with Hamlet was not until the players paid us a visit. At this meeting, Hamlet shared with me his plan to learn if Claudius had a conscious. The plan was to set a play in which the king is murdered by his brother. If Claudius had any conscious for such an act, it would be evidently shown upon his face. I watched Claudius vigorously, but even that
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Entry 6 - John Malloy Portfolio 6, Entry 6 Hamlets story is...

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