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An Analysis of Hamlet

Summary: Analyzes the tragic play, Hamlet, by William Shakespeare. Relates it to earlier Shakespeare plays, such as Julius Caesar. Describes how the play reveals much about human nature and greed.
To start to read the play of "Hamlet" you have to know some of the background of what William Shakespeare has already written.

Shakespeare likes to make references to his plays that he has already written and planning on writing. Shakespeare at this time had written the tragedy of "Julius Cesar" and uses it as a reference in the very first scene. The guards show the superstition of the time and Shakespeare's view of all the supernatural. He shows the fear brought to all and foreshadows the horrible things to come with just this first scene and all that will happen. However, he also foreshadows the impending resolution of the entire play with the crowing of the rooster. When the rooster crows all the spirits go to rest and it makes it as beautiful as if it was Christmas. This symbolizes that no matter what bad...

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