The ghost of Hamlet's father is the one who told Hamlet everything, that his uncle killed him and he wants hamlet to get revenge as it says in Document A. In document E Claudius prays and Hamlet says "now he is praying; And now I'll do it and so he goes to heaven" so there for he delays the killing like I said in the other paragraph. In the final scene of the play Hamlet does a fencing match with Laertes and he has a sword with poison on it. After the fencing match Hamlet quickly stabs Claudius and makes him drink the poison drink. Hamlet also got scratched by the sword and Laertes.
The second thing that the ghost told Hamlet was that he should do no harm to his mother, even though she married her husband’s murderer. Before the ghost leaves, he said to Hamlet to remember him. After Hamlet had his speech with his dead father, his goal was to avenge the King Hamlet’s death. Hamlet had many chances to kill Claudius and get over with his revenge, but he hesitated most of the times. The first time that Hamlet had the opportunity to kill his dad’s murderer was after the “Mousetrap”, which was the play that presents the true story of a murder carried out
Old King Hamlet's ghost describes his death in Act I, Scene 5 of Hamlet by relating what really happened to him.King Hamlet’s ghost tells Hamlet that he died by his brother’s hand, which is treachery at its finest. He deprived the King of his life, his queen, his crown, and his kingdom. This haunts him greatly and Claudius’ murderous actions are responsible for this, as he cut the King’s life short when he still had things to resolve in his life. He says that what he will tell Hamlet will cause Hamlet to seek revenge. King Hamlet’s ghost informs Hamlet that he must, “Revenge his foul and most unnatural murther.” (Murder.)
(Doc.D) "The King 's To Blame" is the fifth document and in this document it is telling us that Hamlet had arranged a play to be preformed for the king and the queen. He then added a scene into the play reenacting the murder of Hamlet 's father. Hamlet had done that to prove to see if Claudius had really killed Hamlet 's father. Also Hamlet is to have a fencing battle with Laertes because Claudius has planned for Hamlet to be murdered by either him or Laertes. Either Claudius would give Hamlet a cup with poison in it or Laertes will stab him with his sword which has poison on it.
Soon Hamlet sees his father in ghost form and he tells him that he was killed “revenge his foul and most unnatural murder” (1.3.25). His father tells him to pretend to be ignorant and to be aloof pretending he doesn’t know what has happened. It also angers Hamlet that his mother could still be with Claudius after he killed her husband”..The serpent that did sting thy father’s life now wears his crown” (1.3.38-9) but he knows she had a play in his death also. He pretends his actions are due to the fact that his father has died. His Sewell 1 actions are understandable because his father was killed and he is planning his revenge slowly yet surely against his uncle.
Hamlet is essentially a story based on revenge. The play opens with the outside guards seeing the phantom of the recently deceased King Hamlet. When his son is summoned to him, he tasks him to get revenge for his death. Young Hamlet then spends the following days planning every move of his revenge until he accidentally kills the father of Laertes in an act of misguided rage. This mix up causes Hamlet’s well thought out plan to spiral out of control and puts Laertes on a quest to avenge his father’s murder just as Hamlet is.
One of the most prominent times we see Hamlet’s anger is when he murders Polonius, the father to Ophelia, his lover, thinking that it was Claudius. He is arguing with his mother and things begin to get physical. Gertrude then calls out and so does Polonius, giving away his location behind the tapestry. Thinking it was the king in his wifes bedroom, Hamlet stabs the mystery person behind the curtain and unfortunately for Hamlet, it was
King Claudius convinces Laertes to kill Hamlet in a duel. Deceit, regardless of its intention, is indeed destructive as the poisonous blade ends up killing both Laertes and Hamlet. Gertrude drinks the wine that was poisoned by Claudius, in case Laertes failed to scratch Hamlet with the poisoned blade. When Laertes realized that both himself, and Hamlet, are dying he tells everything to Hamlet blaming Claudius; Hamlet kills Claudius with the poisoned sword, fulfilling his venture to avenge his father’s death. Prince Hamlet tells Horatio that he mustn’t kill himself because he has to tell Hamlet’s story.
Macbeth’s first crime consisted of killing both the king and his guards. Next, he sends murderers to kill Banquo and Fleance. Although the murderers were directly responsible for killing Banquo, Macbeth is the true culprit for his loss of life. Macbeth’s guilt continues to haunt him and even takes the shape of Banquo’s ghost. At a dinner party that Macbeth is hosting, his guilty conscience catches up with him when he begins arguing with Banquo’s ghost.
After Duncan's death, Macbeth hears voices cry out "Macbeth does murder sleep" (2.2.36). This innocent sleep that he murders represents the innocence of Duncan who was wrongfully killed while sleeping. These voices cause Macbeth to fear expose of his actions, which would be a quick and devastating end to his plan for his kingship. In a similar manner as before, the voices are crying "to all the house. / ‘Glamis hath murdered sleep’" (2.2.42-42).