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violence in William Shakespeare's Hamlet

The best single example of this is in Act III, Scene IV, in which Hamlet confronts Gertrude. Although the scene includes the accidental stabbing of the kindly, bumbling Polonius, his death is almost an afterthought. What is more powerful and startling is the confrontation between mother and son. Gertrude exclaims, ...

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