Part of being relatable is, well, being relatable. And pointing out how Hamlet’s Dad is nothing more than your own Dad, only 300 years ago wearing tights?
Spark Notes proving again that knowing the audience is line one, page one.
The most relatable character in Hamlet is the ghost of Hamlet’s dad
– Refuses to speak in front of large groups
– Just wears the same thing all the time
– Asks for huge favors and does nothing in return
– Doomed to suffer in sulph’rous and tormenting flames
— SparkNotes (@SparkNotes) October 28, 2020