how much sense does 'hamlet's soliloquy' make?
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Does it make sense? Yes, it makes perfect sense. If you cannot understand the words, you might want to look at a translation. Hamlet is intense; he is mourning the death of his father, his mother has married his uncle, and then a ghost shows up (dear old dad) to tell him he was murdered by his stepfather/ uncle. Hamlet is at wits end and although he pretends to have gone mad, we often have to ask if he's really pretending. The soliloquy........ it's masterful.
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It makes no sense to me.
In Huck Finn it would not make sense. The "Duke" mixes other Shakespeare plays into the soliloquy.
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