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Your reading of the ghost will deeply affect your understanding of the meaning of Hamlet as a play Argue for one or another reading of the ghosts reality and explain what that means in terms of what Shakespeare is trying to say in the play Authors view and message Hamlets is one of the most recognizable work of William Shakespeare The primary reason for this popularity is that it go so much criticism that any other play of any artist received People view this play in different perspective Obsession revenge unfaithfulness adultery treachery and evil are some of the adjective that are constantly being in reference to this great play The first two adjectives are used in reference to Hamlet unfaithfulness and adultery for Gertrude treachery for Claudius and evil to represent the Ghost the individual view point of the Ghost will deeply affect how we see the play and its character The take home message William Shakespeares Hamlet showed us that how obsession could lead a person to his downfall It does not matter for whether it was the obsession for the revenge or the fatherly love Here two things are different Revenge and fatherly love Revenge for his fathers murder and love for his father is different His father died and he shut his door to his mind Whatever was in his mind he just translated in his language Shakespeare utilizes the Ghost as a mere instrument to let the audience know what is going on in Hamlets mind Ghost appeared thrice in the play It came before the soldiers and then to Hamlet and third time in front of Hamlet and his mother Shakespeare left the decision to the audience how to perceive hamlet the character as a whole Some people may perceive hamlet as a hero while some as a villain While some as a psycho I do not see him as a villain Also I do not
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