Hamlet and one of the reasons why we’re reading it today is that it’s possible for the words to project slightly different meanings depending on how they are embodied by various actors.Image of Shakespeare Hamlet

Hamlet and one of the reasons why we’re reading it today is that it’s possible for the words to project slightly different meanings depending on how they are embodied by various actors.Image of Shakespeare Hamlet There are several key questions to address when performing a close analysis of Hamlet’s soliloquy. These questions, listed below, should be used to structure your essay.You should draw examples from both the play and at least two of the soliloquy performances listed below. You can use the performances to illustrate how the text, when spoken by an actor, still conveys a certain meaning. Your decisions about the meaning of the text should be drawn from both your reading of it and viewing of the performances.What is Hamlet asking himself?What relationship does this question hold to his ongoing decision as to whether or not he should act on the ghost’s information?Does Hamlet explicitly answer his question by the conclusion of the soliloquy? If so, what is this answer? Is there any answer given at all?

Please see these links to the performances:Hamlet’s Soliloquies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ThbBGdat-M