Nature Of Deception In Hamlet

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Shakespeare’s Hamlet is a play filled with deceitfulness and betrayal. In essence, those have to be on guard of the truth because generally it is manipulated for the sole purpose to benefit the need of another person’s truth. The only ways to determine the truth from fiction is by their devious ways, when the devious act is committed, the act of deception exposed and the truth of the deception is finally reveled. Deceitfulness contributes to the death of many character in Hamlet, the primary motive of deception is between Claudius and Hamlet being his nephew/stepson. Claudius has murder his own brother; Hamlet’s father Old King Hamlet, by putting poison in his ear. It was told that the King died from a snakebite, and the Queen Gertrude…show more content…
Hamlet has become unhinged, and Claudius, Gertrude, and Polonius has sent Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to spy on his every move, and report back to Claudius. Being that Hamlet has come unhinged he has been foul to Ophelia, this makes Polonius believe he is just in love with her. Laertes is sent off to France by Polonius and Reynaldo is then sent to “spy” on Laertes and Ophelia is demand to never to speak to Hamlet again. Claudius realizes that hamlet wants to kill him, convinces Gertrude he needs to go to England and so he is sent to England. Hamlet has people to reenact the murder of his father in hopes of Claudius confess to the murder. Claudius becomes angry and leaves, never admitting to his crime. Gertrude tries to calm Hamlet down; Claudius send Polonis to spy on them through a curtain, Polonius is heard by Hamlet, Hamlet thought it was Claudius, he stabbed Polonius. When Hamlet found out it was Polonius instead of Claudius, he is deep regret. Hamlet is immediately sent to England by Claudius. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern were ordered to look after Hamlet during his travels to England and when he got there The English were order to kill

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