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A comparison and analysis of Rosencratz and Guildenstern in "Hamlet" to Timon and Pumbaa in "Lion King"
When taking a close look at the Disney movie "The Lion King", any one who has studied "Hamlet" can see the parallels between the two. The simple plot, a son's revenge for his father's death, is the basis for both stories. Simba bears many resemblances to Hamlet. Scar is, in many ways, like Claudius. Besides the likenesses between main characters, there are also similarities between secondary characters as well.
In "The Lion King", Simba runs away from his home after his father is killed. He is too young and inexperienced to take on the responsibilities that are suddenly thrust upon him…
- A comparison and analysis of Rosencratz and Guildenstern in "Hamlet" to Timon and Pumbaa in "Lion King"
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