Hamlet critical question essay

Please pardon my simple question, but could someone explain the apparent differences in wind directions indicated by the yellow arrows drawn on the photos (and the words of the explanatory text) and the wind directions given the first table in the Appendix? In the Appendix, the wind direction at 6 am on 4/4 is given as coming from the SE, which normally means the wind is blowing toward the NW, and the wind direction at 9 am is given as E, which means the wind would be blowing from the E toward the W. If the photos are oriented in a N-S direction, then the yellow wind-direction arrows drawn on the photos (and the words of the text) are pointing in the opposite directions to the normally defined directions. Is Dr. Postol using a special system here? I may be missing something obvious, but could someone explain?

Ch1 Background Studies
Unit-1 The Concept of Indian Literature
Unit-2 The Concept of Indian Literature:Modern Period
Unit-3 Comparative Studies in Indian Literature
Unit-4 English Translation of Indian Literature
Ch2 Samskara:. Anantha Murthy
Unit-1 The Writer and his Literary Context
Unit-2 Samskara:The Narrative
Unit-3 Samskara:Form and Themes
Unit-4 Samskara:Characters, Title, Literary Criticism and Contemporary Relevance
Ch3 Tamas:Bhisham Sahni
Unit-1 The Writer and the Partition
Unit-2 Getting to know the Text
Unit-3 Making Sense of the Narrative
Unit-4 Characters and Characterization
Unit-5 An Overview
Ch4 Short Story-I
Unit-1 Mahasweta Devi:Salt [Noon:Bengali] Translation:Sarmishta Dutta Gupta
Unit-2 Vaikom Muhammad Basheer:Birthday [Janmadinam:Malayalam] Translation:The Author
Unit-3 Nirmal Verma:Birds [Parinde:Hindi] Translation:Jai Ratan
Unit-4 Ismat Chughtai:Tiny’s Granny [Nanhi Ki Naani:Urdu] Translation:Ralph Russell
Unit-5 Gopinath Mohanty:Tadpa [Tadpa:Oriya] Translation:Sitakant Mahapatra
Ch5 Short Story-II
Unit-1 Indira Goswami (Mamoni Raisom Goswami) The Empty Chest [Udang Bakacha:Assamese] Translation:Prodipta Birgohain
Unit-2 Motilal Jyotwani:Very Lonely, She [Akeli Akeli Hoo-A:Sindhi] Translation:Dr. Nandlal Jotwani
Unit-3 Afsar Ahmed:Headmaster, Prawn, Chanachur [Arthaheen Katha Balar Nirbharta:Bengali] Translation:Chandana Dutta
Unit-4 Vijaydan Detha:The Compromise [Rajeenavo:Rajasthani] Translation:Shyam Mathur
Ch6 Poetry
Unit-1 . Nongkynrih:Requiem [Khasi] Translation:The Poet Chandra Kanta Murasingh:The Stone Speaks in the Forest [Kokborok] Translation:. Rajkumar Yumlembam Ibomcha Singh:The Last Dream [Manipuri] Translation:Udayan Ghosh
Unit-2 Haribhajan Singh:Tree and the sage [Rukh Te Rishi:Punjabi] Translation:. Rahi and Rita Chaudhry Raghuvir Sahay:The Stare [Taktaki:Hindi] Translation:The Poet
Unit-3 Dina Nath Nadim:The Moon [Zoon:Kashmiri] Translation:. Kaul Padma Sachdev:The Moment of Courage [Dogri] Translation:Iqbal Masud
Unit-4 Kondepudi Nirmala:Mother Serious [Telugu] Translation:K. Damodar Rao Vimala:Kitchen [Telugu] Translation:. Rama Rao K. Ayyappa Paniker:I Met Walt Whitman Yesterday:An Interview [Njaan Innale Walt Whitmaane Kandu-Oru Interview, Malayalam] Translation:. Thomas
Unit-5 Ramakanta Rath:Sri Radha [Oriya] Translation:The Poet Shakti Chattopadhyay:Just Once Try [Akbar Tumi:Bengali] Translation:Sibnarayan Ray
Unit-6 Sitanshu Yashashchandra:Orpheus [Gujarati] Translation:The Poet Namdeo Dhasal:A Notebook of Poems and Autobiography [Kavitechi Vahi Atmacharithra:Marathi] Translation:Santosh Bhoomkar
Ch7 Tughlaq:Grish Karand
Unit-1 Introducing Contemporary Indian Theatre
Unit-2 Introducing the Author and the Play
Unit-3 Tughlaq:Structure, Themes and Motifs
Unit-4 Characters and Critical Comments on the Play
Ch8 Non-Fictional Prose
Unit-1 Amrit Rai:Premchand:His Life and Times [Kalam Ka Sipahi:Biography, Hindi] Translation:Harish Trivedi
Unit-2 Bama (Faustina Mary Fatima Rani):Karukku [Karukku:Autobiography, Tamil]Translation:Laxmi Holmstrom
Unit-3 Saadat Hasan Manto:On Ismat [Ismat Chughtai:Pen-Sketch, Urdu] Translation:Shobhana Bhattacharji
Unit-4 Umaprasad Mukhopadhyaya:Manimahesh [Manimahesh:Travel Writing, Bengali] Translation: Sanjukta Das Gupta
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Back at Elsinore, Hamlet explains to Horatio that he had discovered Claudius's letter with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern's belongings and replaced it with a forged copy indicating that his former friends should be killed instead. A foppish courtier, Osric , interrupts the conversation to deliver the fencing challenge to Hamlet. Hamlet, despite Horatio's pleas, accepts it. Hamlet does well at first, leading the match by two hits to none, and Gertrude raises a toast to him using the poisoned glass of wine Claudius had set aside for Hamlet. Claudius tries to stop her, but is too late: she drinks, and Laertes realizes the plot will be revealed. Laertes slashes Hamlet with his poisoned blade. In the ensuing scuffle, they switch weapons and Hamlet wounds Laertes with his own poisoned sword. Gertrude collapses and, claiming she has been poisoned, dies. In his dying moments, Laertes reconciles with Hamlet and reveals Claudius's plan. Hamlet rushes at Claudius and kills him. As the poison takes effect, Hamlet, hearing that Fortinbras is marching through the area, names the Norwegian prince as his successor. Horatio, distraught at the thought of being the last survivor and living whilst Hamlet does not, says he will commit suicide by drinking the dregs of Gertrude's poisoned wine, but Hamlet begs him to live on and tell his story. Hamlet dies in Horatio's arms, proclaiming "the rest is silence". Fortinbras, who was ostensibly marching towards Poland with his army, arrives at the palace, along with an English ambassador bringing news of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern's deaths. Horatio promises to recount the full story of what happened, and Fortinbras, seeing the entire Danish royal family dead, takes the crown for himself, and orders a military funeral to honor Hamlet.

Hamlet critical question essay

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