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Essay | Does Hamlet Has Two Faces?

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Does Hamlet Has Two Faces?

Summary: Essay discusses if Hamlet has two faces in the play "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare.
Does Hamlet have two faces? I personally think 'Yes' because I believe that Hamlet is a type of person who say things but doesn't do it and sometimes does the opposite of his thoughts. Although Hamlet is the protagonist, he has no guts (courage), he is like a hypocrite. However, I am going to argue my statement by showing how he blames people, how he change his mind from one thought to another, and by showing a comparison between him and Laertes.

In Act III, Hamlet blamed few peoples for no reason. For example, Ophelia had a conversation with him, and Hamlet rather than loving her, acted rude with her as if he never loved her. Hamlet said "Get thee to a nunnery"(pg.131, 131), in this quote it explains that Hamlet is trying to mean that she is a whore. Nevertheless, he blamed her for...

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