Hamlet's Heightening Insanity In Hamlet By William Shakespeare

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Hamlet's Heightening Insanity
In Hamlet by William Shakespeare, it is clear that Hamlet was once sane, but the tragic events of his life led him to be insane. Grieving over the loss of a loved one, yet a parent, is extremely difficult. These hardships can cause a lot of problems in one’s life. In Hamlet, Shakespeare incorporates a theme of madness to serve a motive. In fact, Hamlet is not initially crazy, but plans to use the insanity as a trick to achieve what he wanted-- revenge. As the end of the play is reached, Hamlet's false madness becomes a reality. Hamlet converts from sane to insane in a matter of time due to plotting revenge on Claudius, losing Ophelia, and living with the new, quick marriage of his mother and Claudius. Hamlet

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