Which statements about the memoir night support the idea that literature from the past teaches lessons to readers of today? check all that apply. elie wiesel wants to prevent history from repeating itself. elie wiesel's story of life during the holocaust is unique. elie wiesel wants to share the horrors he lived through and survived. memoirs like night reveal personal experiences and historical events. readers may connect wiesel’s experiences to problems in the world today. elie wiesel believes that we should never forget what happened in the holocaust.
why does he not kill claudius when he sees him in act iii, scene iii?
hamlet decided not to kill claudius because he believes that claudius' soul will go to heaven. hamlet knew his father didn't had the chance to repent of his sins so sending claudiu's to heaven wouldn't be a fair revenge for him.
why does he kill polonius in act iii, scene iv?
hamlet believed that claudius was behind the arras and stabbed him with a sword. unfortunately, polonius was the spy.
how do these two actions affect your understanding of hamlet as a man of thought or a man of action?
hamlet made mistaken choices. he obsessed by existencial questions like if it is worth living, if he should commit suicide or kill his uncle. he was a man of though and action in my opinion. trying to revenge his father committed a lot of mistakes which makes me think he got mad not knowing what to really do.
i could be wrong but i think 2 is the correct answer? sorry my ela teacher is annoying and is a terrible teacher xd