Hamlet Retribution And Atonement

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Thus, the retribution and atonement from the downfall of the characters of Hamlet further augment that justice will always punish those who deserve punishment, and reward those who deserve rewards. They all commit villainous deeds that lead to their own self-destruction, such as murder and butting into others’ business. As apparent, they all seem to atone for their actions in the end, putting natural order back into place after Claudius first disrupts it. Their own actions turn against them and provoke nemesis to take its course. Seen through the actions and fates of Hamlet, Fortinbras, Laertes, Polonius, and Claudius, it is evident that justice triumphs and that people will always get what they deserve. Just like Sherlock, justice is always
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