Hamlet breaking from his Attendants to follow the Ghost  

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"Hamlet breaking from his Attendants to follow the Ghost"[1] is a painting by Fuseli. Hamlet, it has been said, looks as though he would burst his clothes with convulsive cramps in all his muscles.




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