Hamlet Critics (AO5)

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Von Goethe
“All duties seem holy for Hamlet."
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Coleridge
"Hamlet is obliged to act on the spur of the moment."
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Wilson Knight (1)
"As King of Denmark he would have been a thousand times more dangerous than Claudius."
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Wilson Knight (2)
"(Hamlet) is in fact the poison in the veins of the community."
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Alexander
"The proof of the King's guilt does not solve Hamlet's problem."
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Rebecca Smith (1)
"Gertrude uses her dying words to warn Hamlet of the poison, but doesn't accuse Claudius."
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Rebecca Smith (2)
"Polonius seems to love his children; he seems to have the welfare of the kingdom in mind. His means of action, however, are totally corrupt."
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Showalter
"Ophelia is deprived of thought, sexuality and language."
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Unknown
"Guildenstern and Rosencrantz are a pair of faceless automatons...they are almost indistinguishable."
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Card 2

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"Hamlet is obliged to act on the spur of the moment."

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Coleridge

Card 3

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"As King of Denmark he would have been a thousand times more dangerous than Claudius."

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Card 4

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"(Hamlet) is in fact the poison in the veins of the community."

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Card 5

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"The proof of the King's guilt does not solve Hamlet's problem."

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