Foreshadowing Death In Hamlet

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Foreshadowing death is very common in Shakespeare plays, especially in Hamlet. It’s used to show not only how one feels toward a death but a deeper meaning when it does to a person's mental being, often how death affects their emotions and everyday actions. Hamlet’s emotions are scattered when he discovers his father’s ghost haunts him. The Ghost wants Hamlet to kill Claudius, Hamlet’s uncle who murdered his brother for the throne, this mission put Hamlet in a predicament because he did not know how he over all felt toward Claudius. The smallest character may seem of little importance but the Ghost forms the whole story by the use of Hamlet’s emotions such as fear,revenge, and

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