Hamlet Essay | Theatrical Murder

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Theatrical Murder

Summary: Essay describes how Hamlet uses the theater group to decide whether or not he should kill Claudius.
Murder is the worst sin a man can ever commit, and it is also the hardest for a man to do. The idea of killing another man can cause more emotional distress than one can ever imagine. In William Shakespeare's Hamlet, the main character Hamlet is put into this very situation. His uncle, Claudius, has just taken over the throne, and Hamlet is now contemplating how he should kill his uncle. As an average man, he does not have the heart to murder in cold blood. He needs a justified answer before he can commit himself into killing Claudius. Hamlet uses the theatre group that comes into town to decide whether or not he should kill Claudius.

When the theatre group first comes into town Hamlet is a very gracious host and greets them by saying, "You are welcome, masters; welcome all.--I am glad to see thee...

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