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If Hamlet were thought of as truly mad, then his entrances and his exits could convey no meaning to sane persons, except the lesson to avoid insanity.

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'Was Hamlet actually mad?' What I mean is, was Hamlet just acting mad : confused: , did he actually go mad :banana: or both; did he act mad at ...

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Jan 3, 2012 ... Hamlet's Sanity In William Shakespeare's Hamlet, many are forced to assume that the protagonist has indeed gone insane due to his incredibly ...

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So vivid were his conceptions of his ideal creations that, actually living and acting ... The perfect portrayal of Hamlet's mad role has been ascribed to the unaided ...

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Hamlet was not mad; he merely feigned it to accomplish his end of vengeance. There is, however, evidence of deep psychological disturbance, more rage, than  ...

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Or, considering that this is Hamlet we're talking about, maybe more like a whimper: he's ... He says he's going to pretend to be mad; ergo, he isn't actually mad.

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No, I don't think Hamlet was actually mad. Whenever he is alone with Horatio, he's sane enough. Stressed, certainly, but sane. The loony act ...

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Free Essay: Hamlet says that he knows the difference between a hawk and a handsaw, in other words, he is very far from being mad, and he is perfectly capable ...

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in Hamlet. Hamlet, as proof to his mother that he is not insane,says,. " My pulse, as yours .... actually insane, have feigned insanity, but it is not supposable that ...

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of Hamlet, whether it was real or feigned, has the same and greater difficulties in ... could not be regarded as conclusive-for, if he were truly mad, we could hardly ...