In the play hamlet, what caught my interest the most was Hamlet 's different emotions towards Ophelia, and how falling in love can lead to many different situations. Regarding if he loves her or ever loved her, did he stop loving her? How does he feel for Ophelia? In the beginning of the play Hamlet has chose to pretend his madness. During the play Hamlet there are many scenes when Hamlet shows his feelings against Ophelia, roughly and politely.
Love is Toxic “But never doubt that I love” (2.2.119). Throughout the play The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare, Hamlet professes much love to his girlfriend Ophelia. However he begins to mistreat her through his antic dispositions caused by revenge on his uncle, King Claudius, who killed his father. Hamlet has not only become distraught from his conniving and lying stepfather but also his mother, Queen Gertrude as well. The unfaithfulness that Gertrude shows to Hamlet’s father and Hamlet has a toll on him and plays a part in his insanity.
They are both in love but he is slowly going insane. She reaches out to her brother about the way Hamlet has been acting lately and is told by him to leave Hamlet because the love he has confessed to her may be false. She listens to her brother and leaves Hamlet. Her leaving Hamlet adds on to everything else he has going on and it leaves him feeling betrayed and abandoned. This feeling of betrayal and abandonment is expressed through his famous “To be or not to be..” soliloquy in which he also showcases suicidal thoughts.
play. Especially, when the Fool first appearance is in Act 1, scene iv, after Cordelia had moved away with the King of France and Kent has banished out kingdom even after the storm and others disguiser figures, It seems, they are appearance on the stage at the same time frequently . Indeed, the Fool becomes Lear 's voice of reason and conscience, actually, Fool tries to move Lear 's Conscience at most times but when he feels that Lear seems to be torturing within his mind and heart, again he tries to calm him by the cleverly way . "The Fool sees or tries to see, the humorous potentialities in the most heart wrenching of incidents"(Knight,2005:187). : Lear.
He also thought that the ghost may try to lead him to do something bad that would ruin his soul. Hamlet felt wrongful action about killing claudius. Prufrock can relate to Hamlet in the state of fearing. Prufrock feared that the girl he liked wouldn 't like him back because of the way the he looked and his age. Hamlet is scared that the ghost that he saw early in the play wasn 't real.
One major idea in the play is Hamlet 's insanity, Hamlet 's madness begin after talking to his father 's ghost. Hamlet 's desire to avenge his father 's murder drives him losses his mind . Also, Hamlet is forced by the ghost and decides that he will " Put on antic diposition on." (Act 1, Scene 5) This is the main dramatic irony in the play as Hamlet not only in anger but in insanity as well. The main turning point for Hamlet 's madness when Hamlet facing his mother Gertrude and the conversation is : Gertrude: " Hamlet, thou hast thy father much offended" Hamlet: " Mother, you have my father much offended" (Act 3, Scene 4) Hamlet and his insanity can be argued in many ways.
“He does confess he feels himself distracted, But from what cause he will by no means speak” (III.i.51). Hamlet wanted to leave everyone clueless and confused about the way he have been acting. The king and others came up with techniques, like spying on Hamlet, so that they could find out the reason. Also, in the beginning of the play, another one of Hamlet’s plans was to pretend his love for Ophelia was not true. It was very much confusing to the audience about his true feelings towards her.
In the Shakespearean play, the protagonist, Hamlet is said to have gone mad by the other characters. Many of those that come in contact with the main character believe that he has gone crazy, including his own mother. It appears that all of the characters believing Hamlet is deranged have some form of connection to the current king, Claudius. I think that Hamlet’s bizarre behavior is a ploy, the cunning man does not want others to view him as a threat; Hamlet hopes to investigate his father’s death and form a plan to enact his revenge. Due to the fact that only people with a connection to the King believe that Hamlet has gone mad, I suspect that Hamlet’s madness is an act of dramatics rather than a true change in mental state.
The speech Macbeth gives about the death of his wife, shows the lack of humanity that gets shown throughout the play. Macbeth has become insensitive towards the tragic news that he has just received, all because of his thirst for power. He has separated the person he once was into the treacherous traitor that he is now. “Life is nothing more than an illusion,” is what Macbeth says, it shows that his ideology has been warped due to taking the future for granted. He has been told by the three witches, what going to happen, but not how, so he has become jaded about certain events that will transpire.
The sole cause of Hamlet's confusion and chaotic behavior can be traced back to the death of his father and the remarriage of his mother. These are just a few of the examples that show how hamlets real feelings towards his mother and uncle and his dramatic expressions are being confused because he cannot distinguish between his real state of mind and his emotions (Sadowski). Because of the pollution at the head of Hamlet’s family, he is forced to feel the overbearing
In Act 1 Hamlet says "frailty, thy name is women" (I.ii.146). He is demonstrating his despise of his mother Gertrude 's actions by marrying Claudius shortly after the king or her husbands death. Throughout the play we see that Hamlet has disgust with his mother for her lack of character and strength. Shakespeare uses good imagery throughout the play while describing Hamlet and Gertrude’s odd relationship, which makes the interactions between them two much more interesting. Another relationship is the one between Ophelia and Hamlet.
Hamlet and Ordinary People are similar because in both stories, the families begin to corrode after the death of an important family member and by the end, both families are completely torn apart. In Hamlet, his family is ruined by the death of King Hamlet and the incest within his family. When Hamlet says, “She married. O, most wicked speed, to post / with such dexterity to incestuous sheets! / It is not, nor it cannot come to good.