The stubbornness came from her argument with Hamlet. The queen felt like she was not being heard in that situation, so she wanted to stand up but it killed her. This chain reaction was all caused because Hamlet decided that his primary focus was to kill
In the novel, The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, I dislike Daisy more than Tom. I dislike Daisy more than Tom because she backed out on leaving Tom and going to live with Gatsby. Gatsby was trying to control Daisy because Daisy was getting discouraged, she says “ ‘Please, Tom! I can 't stand this anymore.’ Her frightened eyes told that whatever intentions whatever courage she had had, were definitely gone.”
Gertrude’s actions make Hamlet fearful of Ophelia because of the potential for betrayal. Hamlet thinks all women are unfaithful because of the actions of his mother. Hamlet projects the anger he has for Gertrude onto Ophelia. Hamlet treats Ophelia in a disrespectful manner.
Frailty, thy name is woman! (1.2.148) Hamlet thinks that all women trap men with their plotted tricks. Situations between Hamlet, Ophelia and Gertrude are far from an appropriate way to treat women. Hamlet has a pressing sexual desire for his mother Gertrude and that is what drives his hatred for women. Hamlet probably feels like he can not trust anyone because his own mother let him down.
Conflict is present in all literary works, but how William Shakespeare molds conflict in his play, Hamlet, is astounding and ground-breaking. Hamlet is a tragedy, which means there is a plot that includes death and the ultimate downfall of the main character. Hamlet was most likely written in the early 1600’s because the first published edition was printed in 1603. This play is a story of a prince whose father is murdered by the prince 's uncle, which he later on marries the prince’s mother to become King. The prince learns of this murder of his father and seeks revenge in his father’s name.
Instead of politely obeying what her father told her to do, she does not listen to him and she thinks he treats her like a child. After Katherine and Bianca bicker about men, Baptista runs in and asks Bianca what has happened. Offended that Baptista did not ask her what happened, Katherine says to him, “Talk not to me. I will go sit and weep Till I can find occasion of revenge” (Taming of the Shrew 2.1.35-36).
However, she is also very pitiful. Wrong decisions lead her to a hopeless and bottomless abyss that you can’t see the end forever, and ruin her. As a spectator, she is not only a villain, but also a lost sheep, she couldn’t find a good solution to deal with the matter and that made her goes err from the right path. Abigail has been said such a sentence: “I don’t want to die, but no one can help me, I can only use my method find a way out for myself. ”(The Crucible, act2, page37)When a person has no way to go, he has no chance.
Shakespeare uses dramatic irony in a quote from Juliet to show how she realizes that their love will be forbidden because of the feud between the two families. “My only love, sprung from my only hate!” (1.5.137), Juliet says, as she is told by the Nurse that Romeo is a Montague. This quote is important to the scene and Act I because in this moment, Juliet realizes that her one and only love will be forbidden, as a result of her family’s hatred. Therefore, Juliet is in distress in this moment because she knows that it will be essentially impossible for her and Romeo to be together.
His ambition to ruin Cassio to get promoted nurtures Iago into doing evil throughout the course of the play. The difference between Iago and Lady Macbeth is that after everything she had done, she showed the audience her guilty conscience. Lady Macbeth says, “Out, damned spot” (Shakespeare 179)! Her guilty conscience made her constantly worry that the other characters would find out what had actually happened to King Duncan. Her ambition to kill Duncan to become queen nurtured her into doing evil throughout the play.
In Macbeth by Shakespeare, Lady Macbeth’s evil nature allows her to consume Macbeth’s soul. Lady Macbeth has a devious mind, and wants to do dark things, but does not have the ambition to do them. She finds herself needing a vessel to do the things she could never do, and her husband Macbeth would be a perfect fit. Lady Macbeth committed a lot of mind trickery, like questioning his manhood, to consume Macbeth’s soul. During Macbeth’s soliloquy it becomes apparent because “Nature seems dead, and wicked dreams abuse/The curtained sleep.
The point Jones’ maybe about misogyny being “the inevitable result” is directly reflected by the relationship Hamlet had with Ophelia and Gertrude. The lack of a strong women role in Hamlet, or even a women that loved Hamlet produced a misogynistic mindedness. He only had two women in his life to was “inevitable” who collective destroyed his view of women. If Hamlet would of had a more model mother or a love interest with a woman who loved him back, he wouldn’t have been misogynistic. The result of his mother being a heartless whore and Ophelia being a complete pushover and coward lead to Hamlet hating all women.
The speed and slowness of time impact decisions and lead to many different outcomes. In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, time is a very important aspect of the play. The timing of King Hamlet’s death and Hamlet’s choices thereafter all highlight the importance of both taking action and delaying actions. Hamlet’s hesitation with avenging his father’s death along with the queen’s decision to quickly marry her dead husband’s brother not only emphasizes the importance of choices, but also how the timing of these choices leads to other decisions. Author Eric Levy states that Hamlet and the other characters’ choices are chaotic and add emphasis to the idea that “time is out of joint” and needs to be set back in place (1.5.196).
In great works of literature throughout history and time, there has always been a general understanding of what a happy ending is. Happy endings - as perceived by scholars of times past and by society today - are joyful sessions where a heroine or hero saves a damsel in distress, true love is found through the toughest of circumstances, or a moral lesson is learned through acts of kindness, loyalty, or bravery. However; in Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet, the protagonist of the play is facing death and has, finally, after a protracted and tedious journey, avenged his father’s death and has sated himself to realize and accept his own personal peace. Even as Hamlet is dying, his true love and what is left of his family dead, his kingdom being invaded
In 1558, Queen Elizabeth at twenty-five years old, a survivor of scandal and danger and considered illegitimate by most Europeans, claimed the throne of England. Although judgement ensued, Elizabeth had a successful reign--one so great, it is regarded as the golden age of English history. Unsurprisingly, such skepticism of the female’s prominence in society has existed for not just decades but centuries into the past. As a result, the issue has permeated into not only through the years but through writings. One of the more prominent examples of such ideas is William Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
Hamlet, the play by Shakespeare that was published in 1603 has many timeless attributes to it. Hamlet is a tragedy ridden with love, drama, revenge, and much more. The play is all about a young prince, Hamlet, who is seeking revenge for his father’s death. After King Hamlet’s intentional murder, his wife, Gertrude, married King Hamlet's brother Claudius. The drama comes in when Prince Hamlet gets a visit from his deceased father.