Also in the story, hamlet, Hamlet 's uncle was trying to be innocent and act like he is the a honest king, but everyone knew he wasn’t. His uncle killed hamlet 's father and also poisoned the tip of a sword to kill hamlet and tried to poison a drink, but he didn’t drink it his mother did.
There is no way it could be a demon, not with the compassion it had shown to Gertrude. The audience at the time would not have thought that the spirit was a demon for a moment because of how docile he was, in only wanting revenge on the one who had slain him. That and the fact that it had waited for Hamlet to appear to him, goes to show. If he was a demon, then he would have tormented him with constant thoughts of revenge, flooding and breaking his mind until he was truly driven insane. In all of when it could have reappeared, it chose then, when Hamlet was tearing into his mother for what she had done in ‘betraying’ the former king.
Both of these stories relate to Hamlet in two very similar but also different ways. “The Sniper”, related to Hamlet because he was not in the correct state of mind while he was shooting, because he was infuriated that he had gotten shot, and his adrenaline pumping through his body. Hamlet was also not in the right state of mind when devising the plan to kill multiple people, mostly because he was heartbroken about his father, then his mom married his uncle just making him so mad. So instead of grieving, he then wanted revenge on everyone who had a part in his father's death. They both ended up killing people while in a bad state of mind, caused by frustration, and wanting revenge on another person.
On page 91 right after he killed Curley's wife, he said “He said I don't want to hurt you, but George will be mad if you yelled”. This is one way it shows that Lenny is unknown because he has know idea he had just killed her. This trait hurts Lennie in the story because right after this happens he runs away and when George finds him Lennie has to be killed because he can't do that again in the future. If they didn't kill Lennie the same thing would keep happening to him and he could have bad things happen to him The last character trait shared by Lennie is that he is very innocent. One way in the book that Lenny is innocent is when George says “get im Lennie lennie says I don't wanna hurt him george” .
In the end Romeo and Juliet did they actually have to kill themselves, their answer is yes they did. Romeo and Juliet caused their own death based on their actions. Because Romeo and Juliet did not communicate their love they had for eachother, they had to lie and keep secrets when confronted, thus leading to their demise. Romeo is too quick too think, Juliet got scared easily when she was confronted, and they both did not want to tell anyone they loved each other. In the moment Romeo was too quick to think with many things, but one being the greatest.
A similarity between the two was that even if they didn't know their fate, they eventually died. The two characters also faced trials that made the the isolation of the tragic hero, Macbeth had to kill the people around him when his masculinity was threatened as well as the crown. This eventually lead Macbeth to become mad, he was the only one seeing Banquo's ghost leaving his face his guilt all alone until it consumed him. However, Susie was left to alone in the afterlife debating to move forward and forgive her murder, each day still holding onto family and childhood as a reason not to
Romeo doesn’t like it one bit that he says he would kill himself and Juliet thinks the same way too. The way this happened was Romeo killed Tybalt for Tybalt killing Mercutio. That was Tybalt’s fault so the prince said he won’t die just be sent away which Romeo of course said that being away from his Juliet is worse than dying. They argued but it happened which was a bad thing
He wanted to see Juliet again so badly that he ran away from his friends to go and see her in secret. He even killed Tybalt even though Tybalt is supposedly the better swordsman. Then after he was banished, he returned to Verona to come see Juliet even though if he was caught there he’d be killed. Romeo did not think very much if at all before he acted. Romeo is impulsive.
Claudius had replaced Hamlets father as the king. Meanwhile Hamlet was grieving. Soon after he was visited by a ghost. The ghost told Hamlet that he was his late father, and that Claudius murdered him. Also the ghost wanted to make sure Hamlet knew that his mother was innocent and not to take any revenge on her only Claudius.
Hamlet believes the killing of Polonius was “for thy better” proving that he is not phased that he just mudered someone cold blooded. This reaction shows how rash Hamlet was when he killed Polonius. Previously, Hamlet was afraid to kill himself and then changes to this rash mentality and takes the life of someone and is not even affected by it. This scene shows how masks affect Hamlet’s thoughts, but more importantly his action. He his inability to find the truth causes him to act in an extreme manner.
Lennie is unable to remember any survival instincts, seen when George tells him he will get sick like he was last night. Even with a fresh memory, Lennie couldn’t remember to not drink clean running water. If George were to run away with Lennie in order for a higher survival chance, there would be a warrant or bounty out for the arrest or death. Once they are caught, they are both in jeopardy of death by the government and would result in two deaths instead of one, when only one really deserved it. In the novel, Of Mice and Men, George was justified in killing Lennie because of his mental illness.
He in the beginning went through depression which is quite normal, when a person dies naturally the first reaction is to get sad but when the ghost (Hamlets father) came and informed Hamlet that he didn’t just die but in fact was murdered, changed the who perspective and thought process of Hamlets decisions. When his anger took over he began to plot and plan how he would extract revenge on his uncle, now step father king Claudius. So when he sees the king praying he thought what a perfect opportunity but later changed his mind because he thought that since he was praying that when he died he would go up to heaven but Hamlet wanted him to suffer just like his father did. So when actors came into town, he thought what better way to mess with his conscience then having what the king did be based on a true story and so the reaction that the king had was exactly what Hamlet wanted. However in the play Hamlet was depicted as a mad man when under the surface he was very smart and calculated.
Another example is when we see Claudius praying at a alter and Hamlet behind a pillar debating whether or not to kill Claudius when he says this “So is it really revenge for me if I kill Claudius right when he is confessing his sins in perfect condition for a trip to heaven? No away sword and wait for a better moment to kill him.” (Shakespeare 193) Hamlet does not want Claudius to go to heaven but instead for him to go to hell. But this would have been a good time to kill Claudius because he did not put his thoughts behind his words and as the book says words without thoughts behind them will never make it to Heaven, With clear quotes from the characters, it is clear that depression, anger, and revenge are the three emotions that motivates Hamlet throughout his