A Character Analysis of Horatio
Horatio seemed to be Hamlet's only true friend throughout the course of the play. Where many men befriended Hamlet, they later either betrayed or neglected him. Horatio, however, stays Hamlet's side throughout the course of the play, never once questioning his motives or principles.
Throughout the play, Horatio is seen as constantly looking out for Hamlet's well-being and putting any assignments from Hamlet before himself. In ACT IV, SCENE VI, Horatio receives a letter from Hamlet that tells about his journey with a group of pirates. The letter also mentions that Horatio make haste in…
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