Hamlet, Part 4

-Adaptation -A performance of a play with changes in important elements, such as scenery, language, and ethnicity of characters, is called an
-It emphasizes the idea that the ghost is not real, but rather imagined by Hamlet. -In a well-known adaptation of Hamlet, one actor plays both Hamlet and the ghost. What is the effect of this adaptation?
-Dying -What does Hamlet mean by “shuffled off this mortal coil”?
-Cowards -Which word does Hamlet use to describe those who choose to live?
-The play within the play is changed into a reality TV show. -Which best describes a change an adaptation would make if Hamlet was set in modern times?
-By having the same actor play both parts, the two characters become one and Hamlet’s madness is confirmed. -How does an adaptation where the ghost and Hamlet are played by the same actor differ from an adaptation where the ghost and Hamlet are played by two separate actors?
-Undiscovered country -Which words does Hamlet use to describe the afterlife?
-Is critical of his mother’s choices. -This excerpt best supports the claim that Hamlet
NOTfeministNOTformalist -What motif is used in these lines?
NOTHamlet is upset with his mother because his father is dead. -Which is a feminist analysis of these lines?

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