Revenge Is Never Justified In Hamlet By John Marsden

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The real question is revenge ever done reasonably? Well John Marsden’s, ‘Hamlet’, suggests that revenge is never justified by embedding many examples throughout the novel to show how it is a powerful action. Vengeance is the desire to get even or to seek symmetrical injury, harm or loss but as this quest continues it will only set off to a path of self-destruction. Inevitably, many others will be hurt in the process of the unnecessary cycle of bitterness. Therefore revenge is never justified as it is not done for a legitimate
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