Hamlet Suffocating Box In Hamlet

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Hamlet, a play written by Shakespeare, portrays how the main character, Hamlet, struggled within the metaphorically suffocating box. Hamlet struggles when dealing with the incestuous marriage of Claudius and his mother, the ghost appearing in the night, the crowning of the New King, and his obligations within the kingdom.
The metaphorical suffocation represents Hamlet’s feelings towards all the events taken place within the Kingdom of Denmark. Hamlet struggles to “hold his tongue” of the incestuous act of his mother marrying Claudius (1.2.159). Hamlet became infuriated with this act of immediate marriage after his father’s death. Although, this did not stop Claudius with his subtle, yet recurring stabs at Hamlet to damage his already broken

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