Please follow the guideline for the paper (I will attach it) + please follow the reading acts and writing guidelines for hamlet.
+ please You need access to this book : The Bedford Companion to SHAKESPEARE an introduction with documents( second edition ) , if you can’t access this book or you don’t have it, I will send you the picture of the first page ( content with chapter names ) and you choose 2 chapters so I can take pictures of the pages and send it to you asap )
– please I need a proposal paper ( a paragraph) explaining hamlet’s spirituality and what are you looking to write about in the 7 pages paper. ( you might say that you wanted to investigate hamlet’s spiritual faith and you want to look at his raection when he decided the death with claudios. ( just don’t be too general for the topic please)
it should be 7 pages please.
I will attach an online source that we should use in this paper as well.(pdf file )
Also provided is the hamlet act reading guide + the online source that you need for this paper
The disaster of Hamlet in Shakespeare is one of the most researched elements in literature due to the belief and commitment that Hamlet had. A series of activities have been developed from Act 1 to Act 5, to showcase the causal factors that influence the spiritual faith of Hamlet. There are numerous ways and connotations in the development of Hamlet’s religious belief in seeking justice. In this book, The Bedford Companion to Shakespeare: An Introduction with Documents (second edition), Hamlet’s spirituality has been idealized historically. Several chapters have been used to demonstrate the spiritual reaction of Hamlet upon her father’s death. I have explored Hamlet with other existing retribution disasters and establish how the causal Christian themes, as learned in Hamlet’s personality through his dramatic monologue. While many linguists have argued about the actions of Prince Hamlet in most literature analyses, explaining spiritual faith reaction has been understated, a factor that influenced King Claudius’ demise.(2196 words)