Hamlet Essay | Summary and Analysis of "Hamlet"

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Summary and Analysis of "Hamlet"

Summary: Summary of Act I of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and a question-and-answer approach to the major plot points presented in Act I.
  1. 2 - Hamlet is having a tough time in his life right now. It is only a few months after his father's death, and he is still mourning him. His mother is getting married again so soon after his father's death, and to his uncle Claudius of all people. He is so depressed by all of these events that he wishes he could commit suicide. Then, just as he feels he has hit rock bottom and nothing could make his life worse, his friends come in and tell him that they have seen a ghost in the image of his recently deceased father.
  2. 2 - Hamlet, the prince of Denmark, appears in this scene to be a very honorable man. He is the only one still mourning his dead father, who was the King. His intentions are very good, he is trying to do what is right...

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