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Hamlet As A Tragic Hero
Hamlet is the epitome of his own statement that, "there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in...philosophy" (I, v, 187-188). In his first appearance King Claudius describes the educated prince as "sweet and commendable" and declares that he loves him "with no less nobility of love than that which dearest father bears his son" (I, ii, 90-115). His high status and close relationship to the throne inform the audience that he is a significant individual and show that he is to be revered. However, Hamlet's churlish and self-pitying attitude reveals flaws that emerge as the p…
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