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Sanity in the Midst of Corruption

Summary: Over the years it has been debated whether or not Hamlet's actions were actually the result of his going insane, or an outright plot against the man who, not only killed his father, but also stole the throne and bride his father once held dear.
Shakespeare had a way of capturing his audience with tragic plays filled with controversy. One of the most controversial and well known of these plays is Hamlet. This is a play that depicts a son (Prince Hamlet) on an expedition to avenge his father's death. Throughout the entirety of the story, Shakespeare emphasizes the opinions that those surrounding Hamlet take on. The belief of those closest to him is that, with the death of his father, he has gone mad and does not know how to cope with the rest of the world. The interpretation that the audience has in analyzing Hamlet, the play, is often defined by the impression he has in watching Hamlet's actions, as a spectator. Over the years it has been debated whether or not Hamlet's actions were actually the result of his going insane, or an outright plot against...

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