William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" has been considered the greatest tragedy to ever be written. While focusing on the third of five acts in "Hamlet", Shakespeare develops the theme of both physical and psychological innocence and corruption through the actions, dialogues, and figurative language of the characters. The evidence of this theme can be seen through the breakdown of the royal family, and the monarchy, by the events surrounding Hamlet's "To be or not to be" soliloquy, The Mousetrap, and the moral decay of the characters through the use of spying and poison.
Hamlet's character is the…
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