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Bianca Foghel


The more conceptually elusive love has proven to be, the more it has whetted humanity’s appetite to try to narrow it down. Could one say that Shakespeare is one of the few personalities that managed not only to exemplify almost all recurrent patterns of love, but also to recreate them, in his case, within his plays? Is love weak, or is it so strong that it gives life to a character, only to overwhelm and destroy him/her later? Are there any archetypal emotional stages, or is it a fiery combustion? These are all questions which this paper will attempt to discuss with regard to Hamlet.

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Muhammad Miandad, Syed Nawaz-ul-Huda, Farkhunda Burke, Muhammad Azam and Imran Khan

. M., 2001: Quantifying the effects of exposure to indoor air pollution from biomass combustion on acute respiratory infections in developing countries. In. Environmental Health Perspective, Vol. 109(5), pp. 481-488. (GoP) Government of Pakistan, 2000: Provincial Census Report 1998 - Sindh, Statistics Division, Population Census Organization, Islamabad. Gupta, D., Das, K., Balamughesh, T., Aggarwal, A.N. and Jindal, S.K., 2004: Role of socio-economic factors in tuberculosis prevalence. In. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol. 51, pp

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Slobodan Arsovski, Michał Kwiatkowski, Aleksandra Lewandowska, Dimitrinka Jordanova Peshevska, Emilija Sofeska and Mirek Dymitrow

małej mocy (Modern systems for reducing dust emissions in low-power combustion installations - in Polish). Presentation at Politechnika Śląska - Katedra Aparatury Chemicznej i Procesowej, Gliwice, 22 March. Available at:, DoA: 11.08.2016. Kwiatkowski, M., Biegańska, J., Grzelak-Kostulska, E. and Dymitrow, M., 2017: Dysfunctional landscapes vs. quality of life