Lecture: The Concept of Performance in Hamlet

Lecture: The Concept of Performance in Hamlet
Lecture: The Concept of Performance in Hamlet
Lecture: The Concept of Performance in Hamlet
Lecture: The Concept of Performance in Hamlet
Lecture: The Concept of Performance in Hamlet
Lecture: The Concept of Performance in Hamlet
Lecture: The Concept of Performance in Hamlet
Lecture: The Concept of Performance in Hamlet
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A power point presentation/lecture on the significance of performance in the play "Hamlet".

The mousetrap is just one example of performance. A close-read of the text allows the reader to see that any number of characters could be acting. This brings up metaphysical questions as to why we MUST perform in society, and how our performance dictates how we will be treated.
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