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Essay | Hamlet: Admiration or Self-destruction

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Hamlet.
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Hamlet: Admiration or Self-destruction

Summary: Essay describes my admiration for Pyrrhus in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
In William Shakespeare's Hamlet, the main character is Prince Hamlet. Hamlet is a man who hesitates and is a scholar, not a soldier. King Hamlet was killed by Claudius, who now takes the throne. Hamlet encounters the spirit of his deceased father and is told to kill the King. Hamlet has sincere admiration for a man named Pyrrhus, a Greek hero. Pyrrhus is the son of Achilles, who was killed like Claudius. During this time, the Trojan War was occurring. Anyone that survived the war saw the ghost of Achilles. Pyrrhus must kill the princess to avenge his father and free the people (Neoptolemus). Hamlet admires Pyrrhus because he was able to kill Priam at the altar, took his life to take Hermione from Orestes, and took immediate actions from the ghost of Achilles. More importantly, why did Hamlet care so much about the ancient story...

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This section contains 851 words
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