Hamlet's Anti-Tragic Hero

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The main character in every heroic play has illustrated a set goal, whether it is anti-heroism or hero. One of the famous novel, Robin hood, depict antagonist and protagonist based on personal perspective. For example, Robin hood presented as a hero to the poor for offering them food, but the negative side is stealing and breaking the law which separated him from the classic hero characteristic. Hamlet, written by William Shakespeare, protagonist Hamlet, described as anti-heroic through his action considering that, self-critical and cynical. In contrast, Hamlet draws sympathy, as well as reverence, from the reader since Hamlet feels the pain of losing his father along with the burden and impediment in avenging his murder.
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