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Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Abel

In Dogg's Hamlet, Abel is one of three schoolboys who helps set up the production of Hamlet and acts in it. Abel is the boy who receives the most abuse in the play. In the beginning, the headmaster, Dogg, catches Abel playing with a football while they are setting up for their play and hits him for goofing off. When Easy, the lorry-driver, arrives, Abel and the others do not understand Easy's English and respond to him in Dogg. As a result of this language confusion, Abel does not hand Easy the right building materials when they are constructing the platform on the stage, and Easy takes his frustration out on Abel by hitting him. In the Hamlet production, Abel and Baker play guards.

Baker

In Dogg's Hamlet, Baker is one of three schoolboys who helps set up the production of Hamlet and acts in it. With Abel's...

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This section contains 1,303 words
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Purchase our Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth Study Guide
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