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Hamlet vs Sr Thomas More.
Scholarly critics around the world regard William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and Robert Bolt's "A man for all seasons", as one of the greatest tragedies of all time. Although the two tragedies are set in different times and places, and are written in completely different styles, they both describe the stories of two great men, who are faced with moral dilemmas that will determine the outcomes of their lives. Both, Hamlet and Sir Thomas More (the protagonists of the two tragedies) are pictured like soldiers that are thrown into a war where they have to do some things they rather would avoid doi…
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