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Rowland Cotterill - Emotions, Emotionalism, and Moods: Can We Give Hamlet Any Good Advice?
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Independent scholar, Great Britain
Emotions, Emotionalism, and Moods: Can We Give Hamlet Any Good Advice?
Are Hamlet’s emotions excessive and self-indulgent? Does he understand them? Does he match them to appropriate situations and targets? How wisely does he choose times and places for their display and concealment? Are his passions too weak, too great, or too random for him to address the demands of action and bring it to a conclusion? Can he be given any emotional advice?
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