Hamlet's character flaw essay

One of the prime concerns of the Ghost is that, as a mortal, it was denied the opportunity to be shriven (receive absolution for sins prior to death) and thus must endure spiritual purgation before it can be admitted to heaven.  But what of the “foul crimes” admitted to have been committed by King Hamlet, the man whom his son so much reveres?  Obviously he was not perfect; no mortal is, according to church doctrine because mankind remains tainted as the result of original sin.  The Ghost is only too aware of mortal imperfections; it has a conscience practically Calvinistic in its strictness. (Lowers 29)

Hamlet's character flaw essay

hamlet's character flaw essay

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