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Title: Madness in Shakespeare's Hamlet

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Subject: Shakespeare
Author: Bill Patob
Date: February 17, 2017
Level: University
Grade: B
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Claudius promise “no wind of blame”(Act IV, Sc.7,66) once Laertes kills Hamlet; perhaps this is what the uncle has sought all along for himself. Ophelia has a unique, very powerful form of madness; she seems caught as a “baker’s daughter,"(Act IV, Sc. 5, 42) between memories of her father and Hamlet who ought have spokedn to her of events on “Valentine’s day...

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5, 42) between memories of her father and Hamlet who ought have spokedn to her of events on “Valentine’s day."(Act IV, Sc 5, 48) She is doubly hexed and the madness she has infects the whole court. Once a person’s mental state has been studied in public, there is no telling the injuries which may affect the viewers...

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