Metaphor of the Poisoned Pearl in Hamlet

Metaphor of the Poisoned Pearl in Hamlet
Metaphor of the Poisoned Pearl in Hamlet
Metaphor of the Poisoned Pearl in Hamlet
Metaphor of the Poisoned Pearl in Hamlet
Metaphor of the Poisoned Pearl in Hamlet
Metaphor of the Poisoned Pearl in Hamlet
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The poisoned pearl in Act 5 is more than a means to kill Hamlet. It becomes a metaphor for the marriage of Claudius and Gertrude.
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