Analysis of Hamletski



A Polish peasant fearing for his life gets a crowd to kill his enemies.
The angered crowd goes on to conquer Europe.  
Hamletski’s family are good workers.
So he has an easy life.
He later ends his life by reading a parable of tortoise and hare to children.
All evil breaks on Polish chest.


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Poetic Form
Metre 0101010111101111100 01011111010 11001110 1111101 110111110010011001110 11011101
Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 292
Words 59
Sentences 6
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 6
Lines Amount 6
Letters per line (avg) 38
Words per line (avg) 9
Letters per stanza (avg) 228
Words per stanza (avg) 54
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Written on June 08, 2023

Submitted on June 08, 2023

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