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Hamlet Essay You will be writing a mini-research paper on your interpretation of Hamlet. The text of the play is your primary source. Your secondary sources will be critical essays that you can access from the Cherry Hill West library’s databases. Some ideas are: Explore the theme of madness and sanity. Examine the use of the supernatural within the play. Examine whether Hamlet is a villain or hero? Explore the themes of corruption and ambition within the play.
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Unformatted text preview: Explore the idea of deception as a means to the truth Examine the character of Ophelia and Gertrude. How are the women in play portrayed? A topic of your own choosing. This paper must be in MLA or APA format. It must include at least three secondary sources. The length of the paper is a minimum of five pages long with an annotated bibliography page. Due date is April 15 th ....
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