Hamlet, Part 3: Figurative Language and Allusions Flashcard Example #65739

Right A,B,C,D…. Wrong (A)(B)(C)(D)…. In this excerpt, Hamlet compares Denmark to a prison. Which statement best describes the effect of this metaphor? Guildenstern: Prison, my lord! Hamlet: Denmark’s a prison. Rosencrantz: Then is the world one. Hamlet: A goodly one;…

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Hamlet, Part 5: Characteristics of Elizabethan Drama Quiz Flashcard Example #79155

Shakespeare’s Hamlet is an example of Elizabethan drama because complex characters explore human experiences. How are Shakespeare’s characters examples of Elizabethan drama? Check all that apply. -They grow and change throughout the play.-They display a wide range of human emotion.–…

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Hamlet flower symbolism Flashcard Example #21835

rosemary remembrance i.e. weddings, funerals (Laertes- sisterly devotion)*wood used to make lutes; cooking herb pansies thoughts (Laertes) fennel and columbine flattery, deceit (Claudius- seducer, diplomat, relationship with Queen)*cooking herb’ ingratitude and forsaken lovers daisy infidelity (Gertrude- relationship with Claudius)*deception rue…

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