Hamlet Essay | The Significance of the Ear in Hamlet

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The Significance of the Ear in Hamlet

Summary: As William Shakespeare depicts in his play "Hamlet," deception is like a poison through the ear. Whether it takes the form of betrayal, lying, or masking one's identity, deception eventually leads to disastrous consequences no matter how much we try to avoid it. The deceitful actions portrayed in "Hamlet" inevitably affect all the characters, leading to rage, insanity, and death.
Deception has been used by mankind all throughout the ages. It has many different forms and can take the shape of many different things. Deceit is something we as a society look down upon but, unfortunately, are all guilty of. It is a poison that has gotten to us all and only takes time to show through. However much we try to avoid giving in to deception, at one time or another it corners us and we break. The same goes for the characters of Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Some try to fight deception, others give in quickly, but either way it happens to most of the main characters.

Betrayal is one of the many forms deceit can take. This form of deception is where a friend breaches the loyalty between friends; or in this case a brother breaches the loyalty between brothers...

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