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LITERARY CRITICISM HAMLET. Ernest Jones Tragedy and the Mind of the Infant. Why can’t Hamlet kill Claudius?. Arnold Kettle Hamlet in a Changing World. Kettle views Hamlet favorably. Why? How does Hamlet act as a man vs. a prince?. Harold Bloom Inferring Hamlet.

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Literary criticism hamlet


Ernest jones tragedy and the mind of the infant

Ernest JonesTragedy and the Mind of the Infant

Why can’t Hamlet kill Claudius?

Arnold kettle hamlet in a changing world

Arnold KettleHamlet in a Changing World

Kettle views Hamlet favorably. Why?

How does Hamlet act as a man vs. a prince?

Harold bloom inferring hamlet

Harold BloomInferring Hamlet

“As a mediation upon human fragility in confrontation with death, it competes only with the world’s scriptures” (Bloom 3).

How does Bloom categorize and describe Hamlet?

Harold bloom ophelia

Harold BloomOphelia

To what, or whom, does Bloom attribute Ophelia’s death?

Harold bloom horatio

Harold BloomHoratio

According to Bloom, “we are Horatio” and “our representative…is Horatio”

(Bloom 13 & 17). Explain.

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