Please answer 3 questions thoroughly and without use of others or the internet.

Please answer 3 questions thoroughly and without use of others or the internet. You MUST use quotes to back up your ideas. You may also use the stage directions and films. Each of these questions should be a minimum one and a half pages long. I would like for questions 1-3 to be the questions i choose for the essay. Please bold the quotes you use as well.
1. Is Hamlet ever insane at any point in the play? Prove yes or no with quotes and action from the play as well as your own keen insight.
2. Does Gertrude go to Heaven or Hell? Prove it. You may not use Purgatory.
3. Do you consider The Ghost of King Hamlet a good character or a bad one? Why? Prove it.
Is Hamlet ever insane at any point in the play? Prove yes or no with quotes and action from the play as well as your own keen insight.
Does Gertrude go to Heaven or Hell? Prove it. You may not use Purgatory.
Do you consider The Ghost of King Hamlet a good character or a bad one? Why? Prove it.

Review the instructions on the attached handout. The scenes that you have to cho

Review the instructions on the attached handout. The scenes that you have to choose from to complete your project are:
1) Act 1 scene 3
2) Act 1 scene 5
3) Act 1 scene 7
4) Act 3 scene 2
You can use any of the film versions of the play to base your evaluation. You select ONE scene to study from the original play along with its corresponding film adaptation from ONE of the films. The choice is yours!
Scene Times:
Polanski (1976)
Act 1.3 – 8:40 – 17:24
Act 1.5 – 22:55 – 27:28
Act 1.7 – 28:42 – 36:10
Act 3.2 – 1:08:32 – 1:13:34
Goold (2010)
Act 1.3 – 6:30 – 15:03
Act 1.5 – 19:15 – 25:23
Act 1.7 – 27:15 – 34: 30
Act 3.2 – 1:11:35 – 1:16:53
Kurzel (2015)
Act 1.3 – 10:10 – 16:40
Act 1.5 – 18:20 – 23:50
Act 1.7 – 26:35 – 32:09
Act 3.2 – 50:40 – 55:20
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