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Hamlet, An analysis of Polonious
Although Polonius is bent on servitude and devotion to King Claudius, he is torn between his career ambitions and his family. Polonius deceitful actions serve as an epitome of a typical character in "Hamlet." He is a politician, and politicians are generally two faced individuals. For example, while his son Laertes was prepping to leave Denmark to travel to France, Polonius gave him a fatherly speech of proper manners. In the following act, he sends a servant to France to seek inconsistencies in Laertes's conduct. Also, to further fuel his aspirations, he stoops as low to use his own…
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