anonymous
  • anonymous
In a well-known adaptation of Hamlet, one actor plays both Hamlet and the ghost. What is the effect of this adaptation? A. It establishes Hamlet’s madness and that the ghost is not a figment of his imagination. B. It emphasizes the idea that the ghost is not real, but rather imagined by Hamlet. C. It complicates the plot and makes it more difficult for a modern audience to understand it. D. It simplifies the plot of the play and makes it easier for a modern audience to understand it.
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jamiebookeater
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anonymous
  • anonymous
try this webcite https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamlet_on_screen
anonymous
  • anonymous
B. It emphasizes the idea that the ghost is not real, but rather imagined by Hamlet.

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