In Shakespeare's tragedy, Hamlet, there is a prevalent and almost overwhelming theme. All
throughout the play, all of the characters appear as one thing, with one standpoint, and one outlook.
However on the inside, all of these characters are completely different. This 'mask' theme, the way that all
of the characters portray themselves as one person on the outside and one different one on the inside, is not
in the least disguised by Shakespeare. Claudius, the murdering king, appears to be a somewhat kind,
caring, and friendly person. But inside he is different. He is cold, cal…
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