The question then remains whether or not Frater Taciturnus is correct a that under his more stringent definition religious drama is entirely impossible ... he does or says can be evidence for his religiousity, since at the next moment he could say or do something which opposes his previous acts. ... Yet answers to those questions are just what is at stake when Hamlet puts on the play. ... ghost in Act 1, for the immensities of heaven and hell 194 Gene Fendt: Is Hamlet a Religious Drama?
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