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English Module B Essay

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Module B essay for HSC Advanced English, with the prescribed text 'Hamlet' by William Shakespeare,

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The epistemological crisis between one’s moral judgement and ensuing actions lies at the heart of Hamlet’s struggle to cognise the meaning of individual will as he considers enacting vengeance in a world fractured because of murder. Through the intricate characterisation of Aristotelian tragic hero Hamlet, Shakespeare explores the psychological oscillation between conviction and execution arising due to the difficult reconciliation of the contradictory moral imperatives of Medieval and Renaissance paradigms. Thus, Hamlet extends the scope of Shakespeare’s dramatic construction, encompassing timeless concerns not only pertinent to the Elizabethan era, but also to our contemporary society. Hamlet’s disillusionmen...
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