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Shakespeare has many ways of introducing his heroes. Take the opening Act of one play and show how Shakespeare creates his character and establishes his qualities.
In William Shakespeare's "Hamlet", the main character is introduced in a number of ways. In Act I of the play, Hamlet is mainly established by his words and actions, and his predicament. They portray Hamlet's loyalty, intelligence, courage, his concept of morality and ability to express himself. These qualities are also shown through the drama of the play, such as the soliloquies.
One of the main qualities portrayed within Hamlet's character by Shakespeare, shown by his predicament and his words and actions, is his ability to express his feelings about situations. One way he does this is…
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- Shakespeare has many ways of introducing his heroes. Take the opening Act of one play and show how Shakespeare creates his character and establishes his qualities.
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