Your father has just passed away and your best friend is off to college. To make matters worse your mother remarries extremely fast to your uncle. In the midst of all this, you find yourself lost and and confused. Just like Hamlet was in his soliloquy to be or not to be. Hamlet’s father's ghost appears and ask to avenge his death.
These decisions ultimately lead to Hamlet's death. Aristotle wrote, ".. Hamlet contains every key factor of a tragic hero. He was the son of Hamlet, King of Denmark, which makes him a prince. He had an uncommon tragic flaw, but it was indeed one. Hamlet had a problem facing fate.
Death is certain; the afterlife is not. In Hamlet many characters reminisce about death. Our protagonist, Hamlet, in particular is especially fascinated with the thought of suicide. He has trouble thinking of reasons as to why people even bother with life at all. Why go through the torments of the living when a knife will end your sorrows?
"Together with all forms, moods, shows of grief, That can denote me truly. These indeed seem, For they are actions that a man might play. But I have that within which passes show. These but the trappings and the suits of woe" (I.ii.82-86) this quote shows the depression that Hamlet was engulfed by, making the sorrow that he felt over his father's death, obvious to the readers. In act 1 scene 5, Hamlet was told by his father's ghost that his death was not a random but a murder committed by Hamlet's uncle; this information only added to Hamlet's depression and gave him an immense desire to get revenge.
In the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare, the antagonist Hamlet finds himself lost and confused. His father is dead, his mother marries is uncle, and to add even more confusion, his father’s ghost asks him to avenge his death by murdering Hamlet’s uncle. With his life losing meaning, Hamlet must figure out his place in the complex world of Denmark. Also, he must weigh his religious beliefs against his own personal morals. To discover these, Hamlet begins a journey of self understanding.
In the classic play, "Hamlet" the main character Hamlet suffers his father's death. As if this is enough to deal with, his Mother then quickly remarries to Hamlet's uncle. It is easy to imagine that this is hard to deal with. In Shakespeare's play, Hamlet reveals his complex thoughts of life and death by weighing the positives and negatives of each against each other through the use of figurative language. Due to the recent death of his father, and his Mother's marriage soon after, Hamlet has a very bleak outlook on life.
In the play Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, the main character Hamlet faces obstacles within himself and society. King Hamlet, Hamlet's father, died (killed by his brother King Claudius). Within a month after King Hamlet's death the widow, Queen Gertrude, marries the King Hamlet's brother, King Claudius. Hamlet becomes furious over the events and over the time becomes depressed. That is until the spirit of his dead father comes and tells him to seek revenge for his death.
Furthermore, Hamlet ends up dying in the end of the play after fighting and killing Laetres and Claudius, who had created a plan to slay Hamlet. In spite of everything, Hamlet ends up dying a hero due to his best friend Horatio, fulfilling his final dream, which was to tell the truth about his tragic story. The new king of Denmark, Fortinbras, states that Hamlet be remembered as a fallen soldier, “Bear Hamlet like a soldier to the stage, for he was likely, had he been put on, to have proved most royal; and for his passage, the soldier’s music and the rite of war, speak loudly for him” [V.ii 441-446]. Through this closing quote of the play the audience is able to understand Fortinbras’ decision to have Hamlet remembered as a hero. One must remember throughout the novel that Hamlet’s ambiguous decisions were solely to redress the murder of his father who was slain out of jealousy and the acquisitive desire of his uncle
Hamlet is more than devastated about his father’s death. It appears that grief has taken over his life. Claudius and others in Hamlet urge him to “get over his father’s death,” as if it is so easy. In my opinion, this only worsens Hamlet’s grief. There shouldn’t be a time limit to how long you have to grieve but no one should