Hamlet exclaims as he takes his last breath “God will free you from blame. I’ll follow you to heaven in a minute.—I’m dying, Horatio.—Goodbye, miserable queen.—And all you people watching, pale and trembling, speechless spectators of these acts, I could tell you a thing or two if I had the time (though this cruel officer, Death, doesn’t allow much free time). Let it be.—Horatio, I’m dying. You’re alive. Tell everyone what happened; set the story straight.
The worst of all Romeo’s peculiar actions is when he murders two of the characters. Romeo first murders Tybalt out of rage for accidentally killing Mercutio, this is for revenge. Romeo seeks out this fight, he initiates the brawl. Killing Tybalt causes the prince to banish instead of executing him, triggering his mother 's death that was previously mentioned. Secondly he kills Paris in another duel that Paris started to defend Juliet’s body and grave.
The two end up becoming a couple shortly after. Fortinbras holds a hatred towards Hamlet, as his father was killed by Hamlet’s. Therefore, he plans to murder a man, but make it seem as if Hamlet had done it (by leaving the bloody knife in his room). Unfortunately, this plan fails, because Marcellus had seen the murder. Fortinbras is arrested, but swears revenge on not only Hamlet, but Marcellus.
Ophelia has died. I think it was all thanks to me she went crazy in her head she has suicide herself thanks to what i did to her father, it breaks my heart having to say farewell to my loved Ophelia. Claudius and Laertes are trying to kill me in such a dirty way where they kill my mother as well with poison they put on the wine i was supposed to drink and we were to compete in a swordfight for i could gain his forgiveness on which they were going to poison me and i poisoned them. Claudius payed for what he did to my family and i payed for what i did to Laertes
This first apparition tells Macbeth to beware Macduff, who will eventually lead the people against Macbeth and then defect him. This leads Macbeth into killing Macduff’s family leaving MacDuff enraged with Macbeth who ends up killing him in the end. The three witches are sickening beast trapping and luring Macbeth into destruction by poisoning his thoughts with
Adding to Ophelia 's decay, there is the question of if Ophelia is still a virgin, beginning Ophelia 's downfall. If she did lose her virginity, there is the possibility of it adding to her decay because now Hamlet is using it against her. The decay within Ophelia reaches its peak when Hamlet kills her father mistaking him for the king behind the arras, “How now! A rat? Dead, for a ducat, dead!”
Made for playgoers at the time it was a tragedy. Hamlet starts out with his father getting killed. A ghost comes out and tells Hamlet that Claudius murdered his father. Claudius murders old Hamlet because he is jealous of his power and wants to run the castle. Eventually, Hamlet shows his father a play and Claudius realizes that Hamlet is clearly aware of his murder.
The scene of Mercutio and Tybalt’s death is the main turning point in the play. This scene in Act 3 of the play starts off the spiral of people dying (Shakespeare III-V). The death of Mercutio is the first death in play and right after Mercutio dies Tybalt follows, along with the death of Paris, Romeo, Juliet, and Lady Montague. As Romeo is fighting Tybalt he yells, “That late thou gavest me, for Mercutio’s soul /Is
He first went after Claudius for the death of his father because of how quietly it happened but learned that it was Hamlet who murdered his father. This resulted in Laertes wanting to kill Hamlet himself in a fencing dual. Claudius stepped aside and allowed Laertes to do the dirty work he had been trying to do previously. But Laertes was determined to see the death of Hamlet so he poisoned the end of his sword while dueling Hamlet to be sure he would end his life. But in the end both him and Hamlet were struck by the poisoned “I am justly killed with mine own
The error in Macbeth’s judgement leading to his downfall show that Macbeth is a tragic protagonist. Firstly, Macbeth murders king Duncan leading to his downfall. Macbeth and Lady Macbeth had a plan to kill the king. At the sound of the bell, rang by Lady Macbeth, it meant the guards were drugged and duncan can be killed, Macbeth hears the sound and proceeds, “I go, and it is done. The bell invites me./ Hear it not, Duncan, for it is a knell/ That summons thee to heaven or to hell.”
Later in the tragedy, Romeo sees Juliet dead in the mausoleum, and decides to express his love for her, then drink the poison. Once Juliet awakes from her deep sleep and sees Romeo dead, she takes her own life with a dagger. Both Juliet and Romeo’s tragic downfall could have been avoided if Romeo thought about the consequences before he murdered Tybalt. Romeo’s rash behaviors in Romeo and Juliet resulted in many negative consequences, and he consistently acted impetuously that impacted others in an unnecessary way. The actions he committed to were ideally the cause of the death for three major characters .
In a justifiable fit of rage, Hamlet thrusts the sword into Claudius, and forces him to drink from the poisoned wine so that Hamlet may be sure of his uncle 's death. Laertes dies trying to make amends with Hamlet, and shortly after, Hamlet 's life is
Intro: A famous quote from Ghandi says, “An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind.” This is a quote that applies to the characters in Hamlet who are driven by revenge. To put in simple terms, an eye for an eye means whatever you do someone will be done to you. The characters acted through their anger and emotions, rather than with thorough thought, because they were insistent on getting revenge on those who did them wrong.
Hamlet features several acts of cruelty that lead to many of the events that occur. The meaning of cruelty throughout the play suggests that cruelty does not do good towards anybody and only has negative effects. The characters help portray this by their actions and immediate reactions. Cruelty leads to the downfall of each character. Cruelty is first shown by Hamlet, who has just returned from England.