Hamlet Essay | Hamlet's Hardship

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Hamlet's Hardship

Summary: Provides an analysis of William Shakespeare's play, Hamlet and discusses what contributed to Hamlet's increasing hardship.
W.C. Doane once said "Life has no smooth road for any of us; and in the bracing atmosphere of a high aim the very roughness stimulates the climber to steadier steps, till the legend, "over steep ways to the stars," fulfills itself. Norma Jean Mortenson, more commonly known as Marilyn Monroe, was one of the most memorable stars of all time. She suffered great hardship throughout her entire life. From the minute that she was born until the day of her death, this woman leaves many controversial memories behind. Marilyn had a very unstable childhood. Soon after birth, her mother was diagnosed as being mentally ill, leaving Marilyn to be sent off to an orphanage. This woman never knew her father. At the age of eight, Marilyn was sexually molested at a boarding house. At the age of sixteen she was forced to marry a man she...

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