During this scene in the play, Hamlet is still grieving his father’s death and controlling his rage towards Gertrude’s incestuous marriage to Claudius, Hamlet wishes to die himself and is having thoughts about suicide due to his melancholy state. Depression is the first symptom of dissociative identity disorder that causes or alters an individual’s personality. Audiences can observe that Hamlet is traumatized from his father’s death, which is causing his mental state to worsen. This can be expressed when Gertrude tells Claudius “Mas as the sea and the wind when both contend/ Which is the mightier. In this lawless fit, / Behind the arras hearing something stir, / Whips out his rapier, cries, “A rat, a rat!” / And in this brainish apprehension kills/ The unseen good old man.” Due to his actions, Hamlet’s mother, Gertrude believes that her son has completely lost his mental stability and Claudius believes Hamlet is a “wild” threat to everyone and decides that Hamlet will leave to England.
Drink of this potion. Is thy union here?/ Follow my mother” (V.ii, 318-320). The moment that Hamlet learns from both his mother and Laertes that Claudius is the cause of their deaths, Hamlet finally comes to the realization that he was waited too long, which has resulted in the death of two he cares closely for. He understands that he has received enough validation, which is why he is finally able to kill Claudius. In fact, it is fitting that Claudius is killed with the same weapons that he had poisoned and rigged in order to ensure Hamlet’s death.
He engenders more pity. His agnorsis could be said to occur earlier, when he becomes aware of Lady Macbeths death. His understated reaction oculd indicate his complete exhaustion and defeat together with involuntary awareness and his commentss that life is nothing more than a "tale,told by an idiot signifying nothing." In the end of the play natural order and control is restored as Macbeth is killed and Malcolm, the rightful heir to the throne according to succession and order, is crowned king of Scotland. Shakespeare successfully warns and scares the audience against thinking about
In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, I think Balthazar should be pardoned and Friar Lawrence and old Capulet should be punished for the deaths of Romeo and Juliet. Friar Lawrence married Romeo and Juliet when both their families did not know. He also gave Juliet the potion to make her act dead for 48 hours. “This
Also, Hamlet displays his anguish at the Queen for dishonouring his dead father since “Almost as bad, good mother, as killing a king and marrying his brother” (Shakespeare, pg. 121). In this statement, Hamlet expresses how, through the marriage to her husband’s murderer, Gertrude is a symbol of dishonor and damaging her relationship with the prince. Hamlet is disgusted by Gertrude’s actions and recognizes her not as his mother but the queen and wife of Claudius, the murderer. The respect revered by children to their mother is not evident between Hamlet and Gertrude.
In Act III, Scene 3, Romeo is talking to the Nurse about Juliet and says: “In what vile part of this anatomy / Doth my name lodge? Tell me, that I may sack / The hateful mansion” (Shakespeare III.3.106-108). Romeo threatens to cut out the part of his body where his name lies. Obviously, in doing this Romeo will kill himself in order to remove his name from himself. Not only does this particular threat of killing himself relate to him wanting to be in heaven with Juliet, it relates to separating from his family name.
Hamlet is a play full of questions and mystery causing many of the characters to change as it progresses. But they all seem like a minute change when compared to the immense change of Hamlet. One of the characters that changes a lot throughout the play is Ophelia. At the beginning of the play she is presented as a beautiful naïve young lady who is in love with young Hamlet. She is a very obedient girl as she will do anything her father tells her to, for example: in act one scene three, Ophelia speaks about her love towards Hamlet to both her brother, Laertes, and her father, Polonius.
Now I am going to talk about when Hamlet was denying with himself about everything… in document B he starts calling himself a vogue, peasant, ass, whore and a coward. Then he starts saying “To do’t…. O, from this time forth, my thoughts be bloody,or be nothing worth!”. So hamlet is thinking that he should kill him and him thinking if all this is even worth it or if he shouldn’t even try. The reason that hamlet is calling himself all these names and everything was because of his father’s death.
Hamlet is furious and kills King Claudius, Laertes strikes Hamlet with his poisoned sword and then is killed by his own poison. 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.
Hamlet’s Anima Essay In the play Hamlet, Shakespeare presents Prince Hamlet as a character with an underdeveloped anima. The play Hamlet is about a prince whose father has been murdered by his own brother Claudius, in order to be the king. In Addition to that, Claudius marries his brother's wife. Later Hamlet sees the ghost of his father and tells him to seek revenge for him by killing Claudius and as he tries to get his revenge it causes the death of the whole family. Hamlet rejects both women in his life, which represents the rejection of his anima.
He and Claudius come up with a plot to slaughter Hamlet. Village bites the dust of wounds from the harmed tipped sword Laertes utilized. "...Hamlet, thou craftsmanship slain...the tricky instrument is in thy, unbated and envenom 'd... '[Act 5, Scene 2; lines 306-313] Hamlet was profoundly distressed by his dad 's passing. He identifies with an apparition, and this phantom expressed that his dad 's passing was a homicide, by the hand of his uncle, Claudius. "The serpent that did sting thy father 's life now wears his crown."