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How do Hamlet's Soliloquies reveal his Changing thoughts and Moods throughout the play?

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  • Essay length: 2737 words
  • Submitted: 24/09/2003
  • Marked by teacher: (?) Laura Gater
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GCSE Hamlet

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A solid analysis that shows understanding of language choices and the purpose of Hamlet's soliloquies. At times the expression needs to be more formal and points need to be linked to one another rather than considered in isolation.

4 Stars

Marked by teacher Laura Gater 26/06/2013

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How do Hamlet's Soliloquies reveal his Changing thoughts and Moods throughout the play?

The play Hamlet is basically about life and death. We see this through the character Hamlet. Hamlet's character is not one dimensional, their are many sides to his personality. We can tell this by the way his mood varies throughout the play. Only in the soliloquies does Hamlet reveal his true self, and we 'the audience' begin to develop a better understanding of his complex character. A soliloquy is a speech in which a character (in this case Hamlet) reveals to the audience his thoughts and feelings which he is unable to express to other characters in the play. So in other words, soliloquies give a voice to Hamlet's thoughts. This is why soliloquies are so important, because a character can express his most inner thoughts with out judgement from fellow characters in the play. The three soliloquies I have studies are like signposts in the play. They guide us through Hamlet's mind at different points in the play. The main focus of my analysis will be on different actor's interpretations of this play, as well as the actual content and language of these

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A solid analysis that shows understanding of language choices and the purpose of Hamlet's soliloquies. At times the expression needs to be more formal and points need to be linked to one another rather than considered in isolation.

4 Stars

Marked by teacher Laura Gater 26/06/2013

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