Hamlet Dishonor Murder And Incest Analysis

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“Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles…” (3;1;65-67). The previous line from the play Hamlet by Shakespeare, really shows how the man has put himself into a dangerous mindset. There are many reasons for Hamlet to have been dragged into this mindset: dishonor, death, murder, and incest. The line “To be, or not to be” can only be explained for what it is, Hamlet battling with himself over the worth of continuing to live or to just end his suffering. Throughout the play, Hamlet suffers the wrath of so many things going wrong and so many people betraying him that he has been put into the mindset of “would it just be easier to die.” It is because of this…show more content…
The death of his father is where his “heart-ache” forms from and the remarriage of his mother to his Uncle Claudius is just one of the many “natural shocks.” The death of his father was among the hardest events that Hamlet has ever had to suffer through but to then be visited by the ghost of that same man, is mind boggling. Hamlet is struggling with the fact that he has just been told very important information about his father and now he is responsible for seeking revenge on Claudius. When Hamlet says the line “When he himself might his quietus make With a bare bodkin? (3;1;83-84),” he is asking himself, why is he choosing to struggle through the hardships of his life and the recent events, when he could take a knife and end it? Hamlet then goes on to say, “who would fardels bear,To grunt and sweat under a weary life” (3;18;84-85) and is asking the question of how anyone would want to continue their life in his situation. Due to the Ghost coming back and telling Hamlet that the death of his father was not an accident, Hamlet is now responsible for killing King Claudius. Killing a King is not easy and the longer Hamlet takes to actually complete the task, the more Hamlet is driving himself into actual madness. That madness only being created from the extraordinary amount of stress that Hamlet is under. The madness, the stress,

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