Hamlet: Act II

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Author: Michelle U
Date: July 1, 2009
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This is probably what Elizabethans would blame Hamletís affliction on.
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beginning of act II is the portrayal and delineation of his character, the Lord Chamberlain. We see in the artificiality of his discourse how cynical he is. We also see he cares for the actions of his children, mostly because they can blacken his name...
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