Is Hamlet's Madness Feigned Or Real

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One of the most reoccurring questions in Shakespeare's tragedy of Hamlet has been: Is Hamlet's madness feigned or real? There are many themes that are shown within Hamlet's story such as death, obsession and betrayal, which all contribute to encourage his madness. When he is associated with other characters, it is shown through the way his character is being portrayed. Hamlet went through hard experiences not just with his mental state but with the murder of his father, King Claudius and the constant spying that occurs. Hamlet suffers from paranoia, and the way he responded to some of those situations was extreme. He frequently thinks about suicide throughout the course of the play. Hamlet's perspective on his life can be seen in his "To

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