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Lesson 26: Determine Blackmore’s ideas on Hamlet’s madness

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Students read and annotate “The Real or Assumed Madness of Hamlet” in small groups, analyze how Blackmore use of counterargument and analogy, and determine his ideas on Hamlet’s madness.

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