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        Scene from Hamlet | Arts in the Renaissance

        Actor Kevin Hardesty performs the famous “To be, or not to be” soliloquy from Act III, Scene I of the Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet. Hardesty opens the segment with a brief introduction to the scene: Hamlet’s father, the King of Denmark, has mysteriously died, and his brother Claudius has assumed the throne and married the King’s wife (Hamlet’s mother). Hamlet meets the Ghost of the dead king, who accuses Claudius of murder. Hamlet must decide the truth of the accusation and what course of action to take.


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