Theme Of Beyond Reasonable Doubt In Hamlet

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Hamlet is a very intelligent young man who does not immediately believe something someone says. He asks questions until every one of his fascinations is fully understood. For example, he contemplates many difficult questions about his father’s death, the wisdom of suicide, and about what happens to bodies after they die. He tries to get proof that the ghost is of his father. Once the ghost proves himself to be his father, he does not immediately believe the ghost’s claims, despite the validity of them. In fact, he goes as far as putting on an entire play just to see his uncle’s reaction to the scene that is similar to Hamlet’s father’s murder. The standard of “beyond reasonable doubt” is simply unacceptable to him. Hamlet becomes obsessed with

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