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Clues in Hamlet.

From the moment the ghost appears, Shakespeare offers clues as to its provenance which would have sounded alarms for the informed audience of his time. Here are some examples. When Horatio is delegated to address the ghost because of his education, he speaks the following words: The ghost appears offended at these words and exits the stage. Eleanor Prosser, in her book on Hamlet and the ethics of revenge, speculates that he is offended by the invocation of heaven.

The most obvious explanation is that the spirit is offended only when Horatio charges it "by heaven" to speak. It is "offended" by the name of Heaven and swiftly retreats. Press, Stanford, The episode firmly establishes one point: Horatio follows the warnings of religion.

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He charges the Ghost in the name of Heaven to identify itself, and it took no pious scholar to know that only demons would be "chased" by the invocation of God. In its second appearance, the Ghost is again driven off; this time at the crowing of the cock. At this point, Marcellus clearly assumes this ghost is demonic and states that evil kathy willets nude photos cannot remain abroad upon hearing this symbolic voice of Grace.

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