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Techniques Shakespeare Uses

Summary: The plot of `Hamlet' is perhaps where Shakespeare makes the reader sympathise Hamlet the most. The reader is first compelled to sympathise Hamlet when Claudius unlawfully murders his father.
Sir William Shakespeare's `Hamlet' explores the character of Hamlet, as someone the reader will learn to like and sympathise for due to the techniques Shakespeare uses. In this case Shakespeare causes the reader to sympathise Hamlet from the actual plot of the story and the way Shakespeare brings us into Hamlets character, which then the reader relates to. The way Shakespeare uses other contrasts to Hamlet in the play expresses the noble character Hamlet actually is which illustrates a cause of the sympathy we share towards Hamlet.

The plot of `Hamlet' is perhaps where Shakespeare makes the reader sympathise Hamlet the most. The reader is first compelled to sympathise Hamlet when Claudius unlawfully murders his father. When reading this part of play Hamlet clearly states "How weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable seem to me all the uses of this world!" This obviously depicts his anger and sorrow...

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