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"O, What A Rogue And Peasant Slave I Am!"

Soliloquy Project
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zack warners

on 15 December 2010

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Transcript of "O, What A Rogue And Peasant Slave I Am!"

The Tragedy of Hamlet "O, What A Rogue And Peasant Slave Am I!" The soliloquy started pathos, Hamlet was beating himself up for not avenging his father sooner. Examples of Literary Devices: "For Hecuba! What's Hecuba to him, or he to her?"
Is an example of an allusion, Hamlet is referencing to Hecuba the wife of Priam and the queen of troy. "He would drown the stage with tears and cleave the general ear with horrid speech..."
This is an example of alliteration. "Must, like a whore, unpack my heart with words and fall a-cursing like a very drab," This is an example of a metaphor. And the passage "For murder, though it have no tounge, will speak with most miraculous organ." Is an example of personification. Hamlet feels really bad for not taking the time to revenge his father sooner. Its only when he hears the actor perform the dramatic reading that he relizes this. At the end of his soliloqy Hamlet desives a plan to expose his uncle's guilt by having the actors act out his fathers death.
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