Compare And Contrast Heart And Hamlet

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Similarities are found in common items, and more typically in similar items. Such as a brain is like a heart as it is a organ. However, these two are similar in a small regard as being an organ, they are vastly different in the ways that they function, grow, and purpose for the organism. Although they are different, both the brain and heart are similar in regards to certain aspects. “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one” (Einstein, 1952) . Depression is caused by a chemical overdose or underdose of neurotransmitters in the hippocampus of the brain causing desire, want, and feeling of loss. This emotional state is commonly found in political figures of both today’s society and Shakespearean monarchies of Kings and Queens. As can be clearly depicted by the moodiness expressed by Hamlet in act 1 scene 2 line 67 by Hamlet stating in a drab fashion: “Not so, my lord. I am too much i’ the sun”Said feeling of loss and desire force people to struggle to obtain items in which a wholesome version of themselves would not inquire as necessary. Also equivalent in the want for money and power. Two of these chemicals in your brain are dopamine and serotonin…show more content…
Depression causes a hunger and to fill the emptiness in one’s life. This usually implies greed, lust, and envy. All of which are expressed in political environments and in a select few of some politician’s views. That being said, when these symptoms from either power or depression are evident, it is not simply curable. No medicine curbs the hunger of desire one-hundred percent. Yet there are many treatments that can increase effectiveness of a cure when a King has become too powerful or a person has little left in their life. Most commonly a change of perspective is needed. Such as if King Claudius would see how his new position affects Hamlet, or how Hamlet could benefit by being shown how most people do not have a wholesome
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