In act 3 of Hamlet, why does the ghost appear in his nightshirt? Can he rest now that the revenge plot has begun to unfold?
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This is what most critics accept, in addition to the fact that the war preparations which were evident in Act I have fallen to the back burner of the play. The ghost is no longer preparing for war since his son, young Hamlet, is executing that war for him.
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