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Jan 18, 2023

[Answer] Shakespeare’s Polonius advised, “This above all: to thine own self” what?

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...William Shakespeare’s tragedy “Hamlet” was first printed in 1603 and performed at the Globe Theatre in London. This line comes from a scene in which the king’s adviser gives his son Laertes some well-meaning but long-winded council before his trip to Paris. In the end, both characters die at the hands of Hamlet, who decides to be true not to himself but to the vengeful demands of his father’s ghost.




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Be true:


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