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What would be an acceptable thesis statement for an essay regarding good versus evil in Shakespeare’s Hamlet?

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  1. setauid says:

    “Hamlet” is the first work of literature to show an ordinary person looking at the futility and wrongs in life, asking the toughest questions and coming up with honest semi-answers like most people do today. Unlike so much of popular culture today, “Hamlet” leaves us with the message that life is indeed worth living, even by imperfect people in an imperfect world.

  2. unrelaxed says:

    Hamlet, more than almost any character in literature, hates deception and craves honesty.From Shmoop