Hamlet: "Madness, or Is it?"
William Shakespeare could have started an endless debate between psychologists in his play Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. Hamlet does such a good job feigning madness there are times that it is almost believable. The reader is frequently reminded that the apparent madness is just an act, which is obvious because no mad person could carry out a plan for revenge so precisely. Hamlet?s word were constructed so cleverly that nobody else in the story can tell that he is not truly mad, but some people have suspicions that he isn?t mad.
After Hamlet speaks to the ghost of his father, he immediatel…
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