As a result,Hamlet can never trust his uncle’s wicked ways to get into people’s heads. Hamlet was betrayed by his friends because they worked for Claudius and gave orders from him,which caused him to not trust them either. For example,when Claudius summons Guildenstern and Rosencrantz to spy on Hamlet,Claudius said,”see if you can make Hamlet feel better and see if you can get info on what he is up to”(Shakespeare 87). This behavior shows evil purposes and twisted words. Claudius sends Hamlet’s friends to make him happier but also use them to see if Hamlet is mad.
In the play The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare, Hamlet is a character full with complex emotions and revenge that confronts the readers or audience with his scenes of violence. Hamlet acts of violence is the plays way to push the play to its climax and to contribute the hidden meaning of the play. In act four, Hamlet lets his true internal emotions that has built up about his mother affair with his uncle, with so much rage Hamlet kills polonius in cold blood without even thinking, this scene contributes to the play because it show how Hamlet rage for revenge for his father has turned into real madness that will never end well for the characters who intertwine with him. In act 3, Hamlet goes off on Ophelia for crushing his heart and calls her
Should insanity be considered a curse or a blessing in disguise? In the play, Hamlet, by Shakespeare, there are many characters whose intentions were all masked by lies and deception. The character, King Claudius, often comes to mind since he was the one to spark the future sequence of events filled with violence and death that would occur in the play by killing King Hamlet; however, Prince Hamlet’s questionable character and sanity are often over-looked. Hamlet portrays his mental stability as rapidly faltering in order to seek the revenge of his father’s death. The need for revenge led to Hamlet’s idea to deceive those around him by seeming insane.
What makes the motives of the two young men so ironic is the fact that Hamlet just so happens to kill Polonius, father of Laertes, while in the process of trying to get revenge on his father. Due to the fact that Hamlet is being so adamant in avenging his father’s death, he speaks to his mother in a way that makes it seem as if he wishes to bring some form of harm to her. His mother calls out for help in fear Hamlet will kill her. Polonius is near and calls for help. When
In the play “Hamlet “written by William Shakespeare it is a play that revolves around tragedy and revenge and this revenge later leads to hamlets death and death to the people that were close to him. Hamlets relentlessness to avenge his father’s death blinded his morals and inelegance and lead to his death. It can be argued that hamlet is the most complex character Shakespeare has ever written about and there have been many debates revolving around his insanity. The progression of hamlet is quite astonishing he begins as a young prince with the world in his hand and ends up a crazed prince who becomes consumed by revenging his father’s death. The revenge and tragedy theme is acted upon throughout the novel and is estinally what drives hamlet.
What sort of man would murder his brother, basically usurp the throne, and then plot to have his nephew killed? In the book of Hamlet, Claudius is the man that fits this statement perfectly. He is a villain of unredeemable character and a bad man. Claudius plays the devil’s advocate without a hitch. He kills his brother whom was also the king yet plays the role of a victim and acts like he doesn’t know why Hamlet is acting crazy.
In William Shakespeare’s, “The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark”, a young prince named Hamlet is depressed and misguided. His father, the King has died and his mother Gertrude has already remarried his uncle Claudius. Hamlet is absolutely torn until his father’s ghost visits the castle and entreats Hamlet to avenge his death and kill his uncle King Claudius. Hamlet begins to test Claudius with plays and when Claudius finds out, all he has by his side is his councilor Polonius. Polonius tries to entrap Hamlet in every way possible, even by using his daughter Ophelia.
Hamlet by William Shakespeare is a play about how an incestuous betray of a king by his own wife and blood brother brings the entire empire to its knees. The apparition King Hamlet confirms the betrayal when it tells Hamlet that he suffered a “most unnatural murder" whereby the redundancy of this phrase sets the murder from any other type of murder witnessed on earth. Specifically, the word “unnatural” emphasizes the untimeliness of the murder rather than its gruesomeness. The apparition of King Hamlet further reveals the betrayal of the Queen and her brother in law King Claudius by complaining that “Thus was I, sleeping, by a brother’s hand/Of life, of crown, of queen at once dispatched/Cut off even in the blossoms of my sin” (Shakespeare 1.5.81). This complaint unequivocally accuses Claudius for the murder of King Hamlet.
Hamlet had many opportunities of killing his uncle. He constantly hesitated and came up with reason of why and why not. Infact the entire sequence of the play Hamlet procrastinates because he wants a proper death for Claudius in revenge for killing his father. This is heavy evidence for Hamlet’s respect and honor (or love) he had for his father and the fact that his mother had quickly remarried and married his uncle offended him. That alone was enough for Hamlet a reason to kill his uncle even before knowing what his uncle had done.
In William Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet, Hamlet assumes the disguise of a man that has lost his mind. Hamlet uses this madness to masquerade around in such a way as to not draw attention to his true plan, to avenge his murdered father. Many readers debate as to whether Hamlet is truly mad, or whether he is fully aware of his actions and what he is doing. However, both sides of the debate can agree that Hamlet’s apparent madness is a key element of the play, Hamlet. There are many reasons as to why readers debate Hamlet’s madness.
The events following King Hamlet’s death lead to a tragic end for the court of Denmark. When falsehoods and deceptions came into light, the consequences son followed. Claudius, the new king, now has the responsibility of managing a nation and dealing with the guilt from his crime. Hamlet by William Shakespeare depicts the motives and repercussions of Claudius’ dishonest actions. With the return of King Hamlet in the form of a ghost, it is revealed that Claudius, his own brother, was responsible for his death.