Hamlet Essay | A Comparison in World Literature - Hamlet, Rabbit Proof Fence, a Doll's House

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A Comparison in World Literature - Hamlet, Rabbit Proof Fence, a Doll's House

Summary: The play Hamlet by Shakesphre, the movie The Rabbit Proof Fence directed by Phillip Noyce, and the play A Doll's House by Hendrik Ibsen have impacted world literature today. These works have many similarities and differences. These authors use similar themes and ideas to convey their message.
A comparison between three text in world literature class - Hamlet, The Rabbit Proof Fence, and a Doll's House

The play Hamlet by Shakesphre, the movie The Rabbit Proof Fence directed by Phillip Noyce, and the play A Doll's House by Hendrik Ibsen have impacted world literature today. These works have many similarities and differences. These authors use similar themes and ideas to convey their message.

The theme of appearance vs. reality appears in Hamlet when Hamlet appears to be mad in order to make everyone believe that he has truly gone insane. In reality Hamlet is not mad he just wants to cause confusion and doubt among the others characters, so that he will have the upper hand. In The Rabbit Proof Fence, it appears that Mr. Neville is being a "Mr. Devil" toward the children...

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