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McDaniel, J.T., "Yet Here, Laertes (Polonius) (Act I, Scene III)," YouTube, 19 November 2015, Accessed on 15 November 2016, <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPr6Y_9sZQQ>
A transition between Hamlet's silique and Polonius talking to Reynoldo about visiting Laertes. I find this version of Hamlet, particularly in act 2 scene 1 when Polonius talking to Reynoldo and asks him to "inquire of his behavior," to be particularly interesting because it shows that Polonius cares about his son's behavior and probably about his character too, which I will be able to use as proof that Polonius seems to have cared more about his son and encouraged him to be true to himself.
Hameed, Khalid, "Copy of Hamlet: Identity Crisis," Prezi, 17 April 2013, Accessed on 14 November 2016 <https://prezi.com/b8ey475g00r3/copy-of-hamlet-identity-crisis/>
This is an excellent source because Khalid has gone through and has information about identity crisis and then proof that Hamlet did have the setting and the symptoms of identity crisis after the death of his father. Khalid's recognition of Hamlet's multiple character roles in the play are proof that Hamlet was asking questions about who he should be and what his purpose was.
Lavoie, Sarah, "Self Identity: Theory & Definition," Study.com, Accessed on 15 November 2016, <http://study.com/academy/lesson/self-identity-theory-definition-quiz.html>
This goes through the simple explanation of self-identity and some of the factors that can affect how one perceives him or herself. "What makes self-identity so tricky is that we evaluate ourselves as humans based on how we believe we are supposed to feel and how we are supposed to act according to our society. . . . Critical thoughts can affect our self-esteem and how we think of ourselves." I will be able to use this source to go into self-esteem and possibly compare Hamlet's reaction to his father's death to how Laertes responds to the death of his father.
Malloy, Mina, "Laertes: Foil to Hamlet," YouTube, 15 December 2014, Accessed 15 November 2016, <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOaTJr2HZRU>
This is a quick summary and character analysis of Hamlet and Laertes. I will probably use parts of Mina's comparison of the two characters as I am analyzing how they respond to tragedy.