Short story analysis

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In a two page essay, support one of the following theses about the short story “Hamlet” by Katherine Hubbard ( link will be provided).

You should cite specifics to support your argument. Your essay will need clear organization (with transitions) and support for the thesis. This support will come from the text, and you will need to explain how the examples from the text support the thesis.

Make sure that you are prioritizing analysis over summary. Beware of over-quoting and/or not integrating or discussing included quotations. Cite all quotations and paraphrases in MLA format. Include a works cited entry at the end of your essay( add a third page)

Choose one of the theses bolded below and write an essay that supports the thesis with strong, specific support from the text.

Through her tender moments with Hamlet, Eleanor (the narrator of “Hamlet”) learns to assert herself and to find compassion for her sister Victoria.

As Eleanor receives gentle touches from Hamlet and cares for him when he is ill, she learns to share the physical contact with other people that she has long desired.

In her short story “Hamlet,” Katherine Hubbard uses detailed and specific descriptions of clothing to develop her characters.

In her short story “Hamlet,” Katherine Hubbard’s use of a first-person limited perspective shapes our understanding of the Eleanor’s motivations, desires, and fears.

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Short Story Analysis “Hamlet” By Katherine Hubbard
The story is a mixed narration and alliterations of both contempt and admiration
by the narrator (Eleanor) towards her sister (Victoria), as she tries to come to terms with her
sister’s suicidal ways. This narration eventually leads to compassion. Through her tender
moments with Hamlet, Eleanor learns to assert herself and find compassion for her sister
Victoria.
This can be clearly seen in the 47th page of the book, where the narrator narrates
how her sister helped her through her flirtatious ways, “Victoria fed us by going from bodega to
bodega, flirting with guys behind the counters, acquiring cold cuts and day-old potato salad or
coleslaw, which we ate with plastic spoons.” These admissions reminded the narrator how her
sister, although seemed distraught at the moment, was caring to her. She even admits it when she
states “So sometimes Victoria and her shenanigans were profitable to me.”
These admissions come later on in the narration when Eleanor reminisces all the
‘good times’ she spent with her sister as kids when they shared a room and talked when they ran
the city in the dead of night. These memories made Eleanor whisper, “I miss you” (Hubbard pg
50), a blatant act of compassion towards her sister.
During her 10-day stay at Bellevue, Eleanor seemingly grew attached to Hamlet.
She was aware of the cat’s annoying ways but continued ...

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