In Hamlet, Shakespeare ponders the fragility and purpose of our existance and the duality of life and death.
In Rosencrantz and Guildendstern are Dead, Stoppard explores the idea that we are both the curators of our own reality and the subjects of others' perceptions of us. Discuss they ways that he does this, using examples from the text, and how he uses Hamlet—and the players in particular—as a device.
5-7 pages, typed and printed, 12 point font, MLA header and citations, page numbers, stapled upper left corner.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern