Hamlet by William Shakespeare | Hamlet full video

 The play opens up with some night watchmen seeing the ghost of the last king, who recently died. They set out to find the ghost’s son, Hamlet, and tell him. Then we’re introduced to the new king, who is the old king’s brother, and his queen, who was previously the first king’s wife and Read More

Discuss, Hamlet as a Revenge Tragedy.

Answer: Shakespeare’s Hamlet is definitely an exquisite piece of English literature. A Shakespearean tragedy is built upon a central conflict which runs through from the beginning to the end of the tragedy until the conflict is finally resolved. The conflict provides the exposition, suspense, climax and the catastrophe of the play.In the case of Hamlet Read More

Summary Hamlet by William Shakespeare.

Answer: Welcome to Elsinore, Denmark, land of a recently deceased King who likes to chill out in ghost form at night on the castle battlements. He has reason to be upset, though, since the new King Claudius, husband of Queen Gertrude, happens to be his own brother. (Must make family holidays complicated.) Claudius has problems, Read More

Themes, Motifs and Symbols in Hamlet.

1. Themes: Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work. The Impossibility of Certainty What separates Hamlet from other revenge plays (and maybe from every play written before it) is that the action we expect to see, particularly from Hamlet himself, is continually postponed while Hamlet tries to obtain more Read More

Dramatic significance of the soliloquies by Hamlet in the play Hamlet.

Answer: Soliloquy is a dramatic technique of speaking alone on the stage. It is a dramatic convention of exposing to the audience – the intentions, thoughts and feelings of a character who speaks to himself while no one remains on the stage. Here in the tragic play “Hamlet” the soliloquies spoken by the protagonist are Read More