Unformatted text preview: whereto it goes” (Shakespeare III.iii 99-100). Next, Hamlet invokes Heaven in an uncanny way because he equates heaven with his dark purposes: to avenge his father, denounce his mother, and criticize his uncle. “O all you host of heaven! / I'll wipe away all trivial fond records,…/ And thy[King Hamlet’s Ghost] commandment all alone shall live/ O most pernicious woman! /O villain, villain, smiling, damned villain!” (Shakespeare I.v 99, 109, 111-12)....
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