Essay on "Hamlet" and Connections to Courage, Risk, and Sacrifice
Courage by definition is "state or quality of mind and or spirit that enables one to face danger, fear, or vicissitudes with self-possession, confidence, and resolution; bravery,"(Word Dictionary). In William Shakespeare's play Hamlet, we compare and contrast the two characters, Claudius and Hamlet, and study how each does and does not portray courage. By comparing Claudius and Hamlet we can see that courageous traits each held according to our world impression and according to Shakespeare. We can also see how Shakespeare has shown us what courage is not.
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