Unaneled means unanointed by a priest, without extreme unction. Unaneled is cited in William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet (Ham I.v.77). The Ghost says to Hamlet: “Cut off even in the blossoms of my sin, unhouseled, disappointed, unaneled.” Felina Silver Robinson
Essential Question: Did Hamlet really talk to the ghost? And how did the revelations given by the ghost change Hamlet’s reality?