Was Horatio in Hamlet static or dynamic?
The character named Horatio in Hamlet is a dynamic character.
In Hamlet Bernardo is not a dynamic character but a static character.
In Hamlet the character of Marcellus is a static character.
The character Fortinbraz in Hamlet is a minor character and considered a static character.
I don't know about kite runner, but for Hamlet dynamic (character changes): Hamlet, Ophelia, e.g. static (character doesn't change): Polonius, Gertrude, e.g.
Horatio likes Hamlet.
Hamlet asks Horatio not to kill himself but instead to tell what happened to Hamlet.
Hamlet tells Horatio to "tell my story".
Horatio - Hamlet - was created in 1600.
Horatio loves Hamlet, not sexually, but as a brother.
Horatio plans to go meet Hamlet at Elsinore, which he does in Act 1 Scene 2. Horatio plans to meet Hamlet on the battlements, which he does in Act I Scene 4. Horatio plans to meet Hamlet at the play, and does in Act 3 Scene 2. Horatio has no plans to meet Hamlet in England.
Horatio finds Hamlet asleep in the middle of a dirt road.
Hamlet asks Horatio to, "tell my story"
Hamlet prevents Horatio from drinking what's left of the wine that Claudius poisoned, because Hamlet wants Horatio to tell people his side of the story.
Hamlet: My father! Methinks I see my father! Horatio: Where, my lord? Hamlet: In my mind's eye, Horatio.
Horatio tell HAmlet that after midnight his father ghost shows up
Horatio brings Hamlet news about the ghost of his father who is prowling the battlements of the castle.
Horatio is Hamlet's friend and confidante.
Horatio, in Act 1 scene 1. Hamlet doesn't see it until scene 4. It has to be this way because in scene 2 Horatio tells Hamlet that he has seen the Ghost.
Not at first but he does tell Horatio what the ghost tells him about claudius later on
Horatio was the only loyal friend of Hamlet.
Hamlet asks Horatio to do lots of things in the play: keep quiet about the ghost, watch the king during the play, etc. At the end of the play, Hamlet asks Horatio to stay alive and tell his story.
Nothing. The ghost only talks to Hamlet. Horatio tries to engage it in conversation but without success.
If the news you are talking about is Hamlet hearing that Horatio has see the ghost of his (Hamlet's) father, Hamlet immediately makes plans to see the ghost himself.
Yes, that's where he met Horatio
Literary foil is when two characters are very different and their differences help characterize them. For example, Hamlet and Horatio are foils. Hamlet is very indecisive and Horatio is decisive. Horatio being indecisive helps the reader realize that Hamlet is indecisive.
In Scene 2, Horatio tells Hamlet that he has seen the ghost of Hamlet's father walking the battlements. Hamlet is much amazed and insists on accompanying Horatio to the battlements to keep watch. That's what they are doing in Scene 4.
Horatio is Hamlet's friend from university. He tells Hamlet that his father's ghost has been seen wandering the castle walls.
When Horatio tells Hamlet that he came for King Hamlet's funeral, Hamlet states that the wedding was too soon by stating that they must have come for the wedding as the hams used for the funeral are now used for the wedding. Therefore, Hamlet is telling Horatio that his mother's wedding was too hasty.
HAMLET learns about the ghost from horatio and marcellus
There are a lot of conversations between Hamlet and Horatio. I guess the manner in which Hamlet speaks to Horatio is like a friend, and he talks to Horatio this way because he's a friend. That sounds kind of lame, but the question is awfully vague.
horatio does not want hamlet to follow the ghost because horatio thinks its something evil like the devil in the form of his dead father trying to presuade him
Not Denmark. Horatio is unfamiliar with the customs in Denmark: when Claudius first starts his trumpet and cannon accompaniment to his drinking, Horatio asks "Is't the custom?" whereupon Hamlet replies that it is but "to my mind though I am native here and to the manor born, it is a custom more honoured in the breach than the observance." If Horatio had been Danish he would have known that this was a custom. Horatio and… Read More
Hamlet asks Horatio to minutely observe the reactions of Claudius while watching the play. Hamlet considers that his own opinion may be prejudiced, thus he appoints Horatio as a neutral or third party observer to ensure an objective view.
Horatio and Marcellus decide to tell Hamlet because the ghost does not communicate with them and they suspect that it might communicate to Hamlet since it resembles his father.
His friend Horatio.
There are five scene twos in the play and Hamlet and Horatio talk in three of them. In Act 1 Scene 2 Horatio tells Hamlet about seeing the ghost, but Hamlet does not tell Horatio much, and besides this comes at the end of the scene not at the beginning. In Act 3 Scene 2, Hamlet tells Horatio about his plan to "catch the conscience of the king" with the Mousetrap play. This is at… Read More
John Proctor = dynamic Rev. Parris = dynamic Abigail = static
That is the correct spelling of the male given name "Horatio." (Shakespearean character in Hamlet, or Captain Horatio Hornblower)
Basically, Hamlet asks Horatio for help in keeping an eye on Claudius during the 'Mousetrap' play.
Hamlet wants Horatio and Marcellus to swear by his sword because he doesn't want anyone to know about his quest to avenge his father.
hamlet gets in a sword fight with the evil king and they both die. The queen grants horatio king in the end.
Horatio is Hamlet's closest friend. I disagree with the above statement, though it is commonly said. Horatio is *NOT* Hamlet's closest friend at the start of the play. He is a casual friend, that becomes increasingly closer to Hamlet as the play progresses. First, Hamlet is not aware Horatio is in 'town' until they meet after the ghostly visit. And it should be noted that Marcellus is the one that knows where to find Hamlet… Read More
Dynamic unless you pay extra for a static.
There are many ways to interpret Hamlet's relationship with Horatio. Most obviously, Horatio is the only person in the play that Hamlet trusts. He is the only one who knows for certain that Hamlet's madness is an act, the one person Hamlet confides in personally, and the one whom bids Hamlet goodnight upon his death. Considering his conflicts with his family, Horatio is the only "family" Hamlet has. He understands that Horatio is very rational… Read More
he tells king cladios that hamlet want to kill his and King claudiouse kills hamlet
Not a dang thing. The ghost only talks to Hamlet; he will not talk to Horatio.
"The Readiness Is All" Act V Sc. ii Hamlet to Horatio
Hamlet asks Horatio to recount his tale.
Yes, he picks up the poisoned cup and says, "I am more an antique Roman than a Dane. Here's yet some liquor left." He is referring to the ancient Roman habit of committing suicide if disgraced. The liquor is the poisoned drink that was in the cup.
His friend Horatio.