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Titre: Types of Utterances and theirImplications in Shakespeare’s Tragedies The Case of Hamlet
Auteur(s): Maatallah, ABDELHAMID
Mots-clés: Madness
Curiosity
Hesitation
Faithfulness
Revenge
Honor
Justice
Dialogue
Monologue
Soliloquy
Issue Date:  27
Collection/Numéro: 2013;
Résumé: Abdelaziz BOUSBAI
This study attempts to analyse the implications of utterances in Hamlet tragedy by William Shakespeare, thus it tries to show to what degree Shakespeare succeeded in portraying dramatic events at utterances level, represented in Dialogue, Monologue and soliloquy, with a focus on the protagonist character speech within the play that reflects his tragic ideas, through various different utterances. Hence, analytical thematic method based on extracting main tragic utterances and analysing them was opted for. The study outcomes can be summarized as follows: from beginning till the end madness was disease and suffering of Hamlet, but his ethics and principles which were mainly honesty, faithfulness and justice gave him energy to resist. Hamlet‘s curiosity was the channel information about the surrounding world to evaluate then to take right decision though this act was always hindered by hesitation which intervenes in all his feelings and behaviours to rethink again in results. However, this problem resolved finally by revenge act which was Hamlets' soul medicament and only means to achieve justice that he defended.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1206
ISSN: K
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