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The Meaning of Death in Shakespeare’s Hamlet

I classified King Hamlet’s hamartia as pride based on Horatio’s description of King Hamlet’s “prideemulate ” in dueling with Old Fortinbras (1.1.83). Pride is a common hamartia in tragedy, and Horatio’s word, “emulate”—from the Latin aemulāri, “to rival”—throws “pride” upon both Old

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