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Shakespeare was writing Hamlet in the last years of the ailing Queen Elizabeth's reign. With the recently past foreign wars and the impending complication of a monarch dying without an heir he lived in a very uncertain country politically. With the death of the monarch, the country could well be plunged back into a holy war between the Protestants and the Catholics.
In discussing the dramatic potential of Hamlet it is vital to point out the restrictions which Shakespeare was put under about the things he could write. His dealing with a story about kings getting killed could potentially hav…
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