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I still have some more sentences I need to check. Can you please have a look at them, too?


1) Hamlet arranges a play at court in order to expose his father's murdere.
So in the third act there is the-play-within-the play that is paradoxically the only true thing in the play.
2) Hamlet considers death from two points of view: the Medieval perspective, which considers death as physical liberation from the body is countered by the Renaissance one, which doubts the existence of an afterlife.
3) You shouldn't write a list of themes but express them into a cohesive paragraph using appropriate sentence connectors.
4) The ghost wants Hamlet to avenge him (better: his murder) by killing his brother Claudius.
5) The ghost appearance: correction the appearance of a ghost.
a revenge plan or a plan of revenge

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    1) Hamlet arranges a play at court in order to expose his father's murdere.
    So in the third act there is the-play-within-the play that is paradoxically the only true thing in the play.
    It's not a good idea to start sentences with "So" -- that word is a conjunction, and the sentence needs to be connected to the sentence before it.

    Check spelling.

    It should be "play-within-a-play" (not "the" and one more hyphen).

    I'm not clear on what you mean by "the only true thing."


    2) Hamlet considers death from two points of view: the Medieval perspective, which considers death to be liberation of the soul from the body, countered by the Renaissance view, which doubts the existence of an afterlife.

    3) You shouldn't write a list of themes but express them in a cohesive paragraph using appropriate sentence connectors.

    4) The ghost wants Hamlet to avenge his murder by killing his brother Claudius.

    5) The ghost appearance: correction the appearance of a ghost. <~~OK
    a revenge plan or a plan of revenge
    better: a plan to avenge OR a plan to seek revenge (Remember that "avenge" is a verb and "revenge" is a noun.)

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