What is the most likely reason Shakespeare repeats "great” and "greatly”? Shakespeare utilizes the repetition of “great” to help
illustrate Hamlet’s lack of a main point. By repeating the same word, Shakespeare shows that Hamlet is not sure of his point. Shakespeare capitalizes on the multiple meanings of “great” to help emphasize Hamlet’s point. By using a word with multiple meanings, Shakespeare shows that Hamlet is not good at making his point.
C). Shakespeare capitalizes on the multiple meanings of “great” to help emphasize Hamlet’s point.
Repetition of either words or phrases is exemplified as one of the most common devices to be employed by the authors to emphasize a particular idea or point in the work. This is also employed to create rhythm but the central motive behind repeating certain words is to attract the reader's special attention to a significant point of the plot. As per the given question, the most likely reason behind Shakespeare repeating 'great' and 'greatly' and capitalizing on the multiple meanings to aid emphasize Hamlet's point that it is good to be great but not when your honor is at stake. Thus, <u>option C </u>is the correct answer.
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