Hamlet (Use of Minor Characters)

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Without these actors Hamlet wouldn't have the proof that he needed to verify the identity of the ghost and the sins of Claudius. Since Polonius is slain while eavesdropping on Hamlet and the Queen, a confrontation between Laertes and Hamlet is inevitable; it was the actions of Polonius, with only a reaction from Hamlet, that set this confrontation in motion...
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Ophelia's suicide acts as a catalyst for this confrontation between Hamlet and Laertes. This clash is the climax of the play, and with Ophelia's death looming over it, it becomes a very emotional and powerful scene. The minor characters in Hamlet not only provide contrast and extras to Shakespear's work, but they keep the story going, in what would otherwise be a drawn-out play...
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