Hamlet - antic disposition
In Act 1, Scene 5, Hamlet undertakes, "to put an antic disposition on". To what extent do you believe that Hamlet retains his sanity in the play?
"I perchance hereafter shall think meet/ To put an antic disposition on" (I.v.172-3).
William Shakespeare's controversial play, Hamlet, causes a rise of debate as to whether the main character, Hamlet, retains his sanity throughout. Sanity can be defined as a healthy and stable state of mind and, though his mental state is disrupted, Hamlet is able to maintain rationality, wit and cunning throughout the course of the play. This is presented thro…
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