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Manipulation in "Hamlet"

Summary: In William Shakespeare's "Hamlet," characters manipulate each other to get what they want. Claudius, in particular, uses brainwashing and skillful language to get Laertes, Gertrude, and Polonius to do things for him.
In the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare, there are many attempts to entrap characters by using brainwashing methods and to get them to do something for them. Many characters during the play were entrapped and brainwashed. Entrapment played a major role in the play. Claudius used brainwashing, and his skillful use of language to get Laertes, Gertrude, and Polonius to do things for him.

During the play Claudius used his skillful use of words to get Laertes to kill Hamlet. This happened because Hamlet accidently killed Laerte's father Polonius. When Laertes comes back to Denmark, Claudius and Laertes discuss the death of his father. Claudius put all of the blame on Hamlet for everything that happened to Polonius. After Laertes hear that he was urging sweet revenge. Claudius starts to talk about getting revenge on Hamlet. Claudius puts out in the open to Laertes that he wants...

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