How does Hamlet's soliloquy in Act 4 scene 4 target the Elizabethan audience?
How is it effective in capturing the audience's attention? What are some themes present in this soliloquy?
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It appealed to their desire for drama and for a hero who would do anything for his honor. It also shows the vague madness of Hamlet growing and all audiences loves someone who's going crazy without being reigned in.
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