1. In the early 1900s, what does Freud say about Hamlet?
- That he is schizophrenic
- That his madness merely disguises the truth
- That his madness is real
- That when he is mad, he is merely dreaming
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2. From what does Hamlet's "deep melancholy" grow from?
- Disappointment in Gertrude
- Out of his love for Ophelia
- Hatred for Claudius
- Sadness from losing his father
3. In the late 1800s, how did Bradley describe Hamlet?
- As a heroic figure
- As a real person with "deep melancholy"
- As a figment of the oedipus complex
- As a weak procrastinator
4. Why was Polonius praised by Popple in 1735?
- He had good morality
- He has versimilitude
- He was caught up within the role of the fool
- He was a good father to his children
5. What were the renaissance era concerned with?
- Madness, violence and the dramatisation of insanity
- The decadence of Hamlet
- Studying the characters as real people
- The women