Student’s Name Tutor’s Name Course Code and Number Date Literary Analysis: Hamlet by Shakespeare Introduction Hamlet makes up one of the most wonderful plays that were written by Shakespeare. As one of the most significant items in literature the story or the play contains numerous motifs and elements of literature. As a result it remains to be one of the most significant literary works and one of the most debated literature works since the time it was written. The flow of the play serves an important role in bringing out important literature elements and themes the most important being retribution and seeking revenge fate loyalty ambition deception and indecision. Based on the content of the entire play the paper below will present a clear and precise analysis of the major literary concepts of the play among them being characterization the plot setting metaphors symbolism narration irony genre and other asides to narrate the story and ensure the audience understand the inner thoughts and traits of the characters. Among the forms of irony prevalent in the play are dramatic irony situational irony and verbal irony. Symbolism and the use of metaphors are prevalent in the play to help the audience in understanding the state Denmark the leaders and others aspects of the play. Works Cited Desmet Christy. Reading Shakespeare's Characters: Rhetoric Ethics and Identity. Univ of Massachusetts Press 2012. Fonseca Adir. "The Tragedy of Hamlet: A system of genres." Ao Pé da Letra 14.1. Friedman Norman. "Point of view in fiction: the development of a critical concept." Publications of the Modern Language Association of America (2005): 1160-1184. Nalisnick Eric T. and Henry S. Baird. "Extracting sentiment networks from Shakespeare's plays." Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR) 2013 12th International Conference on. IEEE 2013. Shakespeare William. Hamlet. Мультимедийное издательство Стрельбицкого 2018. [...]
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