The Theme Of Revenge In The Tragedy Of Hamlet?

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Have you ever wanted to get revenge to someone for something that they did horribly wrong? In the play, The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Hamlet was in the tomb for his father’s funeral and he is miserable because of his father death. After his father’s death the rules, in the royal industry, is that if the king dies from anything, then their older sibling is to take their place of the crown of their kingdom. Claudius, king hamlet’s brother, is now the king of Denmark he is also young Hamlet’s uncle that is marrying his mom not even 2 months after the king’s death and Prince Hamlet does not agree to this sticky situation. Later that night his friends mention that they saw the ghost of King Hamlet, which might be a demon or an angel, and Hamlet was amazed because he misses his father so much that he just wanted to see him again he also wanted to know what caused him to be put at rest. One night when his friends are going out to watch the land and guard, they brought along Hamlet so he can see his ghost father. Later that night the ghost comes out and direct Hamlet so he could talk to him alone. Hamlet is appall at the revelation that his father has been murdered, and the ghost tells him that as he slept in his bed, a villain poured poison into his ear—the very villain who now wears his crown, Claudus. Hamlet’s worst fears about his uncle are reassert. “O my prophetic soul!” he cries (I.5.40). Then the king mention that Hamlet must kill Claudius and leave Guertrued

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