1. Hamlet - "Antic-Disposition"
However, he assumes antic-disposition to undercover the truth of his father's death. ... It is puzzling that Hamlet is comfortable with his antic disposition at this point but not with the role that he said he would play earlier. ... Hamlet says to Horatio, "How strange or odd soe'er I bear myself, As I perchance hereafter shall think meet To put an antic disposition on - (I, v, 171-173) This play-acting allows Hamlet to determine if his uncle has played any part in the scheme and to make sure that he was the one who really killed his father. ... He has a strong education, an...
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- Grade Level: High School