Lavater Micro Essay: The Ghost's Evil Intentions In Hamlet

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Lavater Micro Essay: The Ghost’s Evil Intentions in Hamlet Shakespeare incorporates the ghost to allow for further progressions in the plot and to provide information that sets up the central tension of the play, however only the audience understands the ghosts intentions, which leaves Hamlet out of the loop. The audience is able to arrive at the conclusion that the ghost is real and evil by incorporating the ideals of Lewes Lavater’s “Of Ghosts and Spirits Walking by Night” in their analysis. The ghost brings Hamlet deep into his world of disruption when he addresses that it is Claudius that murders him, and he offers no comfort to Hamlet when he requests him to avenge his death. The audience acknowledges Lavater’s

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