This theme is proved to be true through the use of characterization of Hamlet, conflicts between Hamlet and his companions, setting as in the location of where the characters die, and plot for the order of when events take place. The first example of inhumanity in Hamlet is when Hamlet wants to kill himself, but he will not because his God made a law against suicide. “O, that this too, too sullied flesh would melt, thaw, and resolve itself into a dew, or that the everlasting had not fixed, his canon 'gainst self-slaughter! O God, God! How weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable.
Hamlet says, “How weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable seem to me all the uses of this world! Fie on ’t, ah fie! 'Tis an unweeded garden that grows to seed,” and he is describing his life to that of an overgrown, uncared for garden. That quote is also a way Hamlet tied imagery into his speech, calling for the reader to imagine a messy, untidy garden as Hamlet’s outlook on life. Hamlet also uses the words “incestuous sheets” as metonymy when describing the marriage of his mother and Claudius.
Later on in the play, Macbeth asserts his right over Lady Macbeth, flipping their dynamic, and distances himself from her,"be innocent of the knowlded dearest chuck." He no longer confides in his most trusted confidant showing his descension into paranoia and obsession with control. The natural order of the universe is disrupted when they murder the king and chaos it unleashed. This is shown in the aftermath: Macbeth hallucinates, Lady Macbeth
In the play “Hamlet “written by William Shakespeare it is a play that revolves around tragedy and revenge and this revenge later leads to hamlets death and death to the people that were close to him. Hamlets relentlessness to avenge his father’s death blinded his morals and inelegance and lead to his death. It can be argued that hamlet is the most complex character Shakespeare has ever written about and there have been many debates revolving around his insanity. The progression of hamlet is quite astonishing he begins as a young prince with the world in his hand and ends up a crazed prince who becomes consumed by revenging his father’s death. The revenge and tragedy theme is acted upon throughout the novel and is estinally what drives hamlet.
Hamlet “340 Sir, I lack advancement.” and Rosencrantz wonders “How can that be, when you have the voice of the king himself for your succession in Denmark?” (2.3. 337 -341). On the other hand, the way she treated Guildenstern in the scene with suspicion was because of the ghost of his father appearing to him and revealing his killer. The prince was aware that Guildenstern was a spy for Claudius and when she says she has been send by his mother the queen “ The queen, your mother, in most great affliction of spirit, hath sent me to you.” Hamlet replies “You are welcome” using a puppet to mock her, Guildenstern replies “Nay, good my lord, this courtesy is not of the right breed. If it shall please you to make me.
Firstly, Friar Lawrence is not a voice of reason in the play as he is a hypocritical person. For instance, the phrase “Two such opposèd kings encamp them still,//In man as well as herbs—grace and rude will.//And where the worser is predominant,//Full soon the canker death eats up that plant.” implies that Friar Lawrence believes that when unruly human desire is more prevailing in a person than divine virtue, the person would be destroyed by their own actions. The phrase “rude will” could refer to a person’s selfish individual desires while “grace” could refer to god’s will or fate. This implies that when a person disregards fate and instead goes after his own selfish desires, he will destroy himself. However, the phrase “But come, young waverer, come, go with me,//In one respect I’ll thy assistant be,//For this alliance may//so happy prove//To turn your households ' rancor to pure love.” suggests that Friar Lawrence completely ignores his own advice when agreeing to marry Romeo and Juliet.
Though we see nothing of the elder Hamlet on the stage, except his ghost, he really is the main-drive of all the action of the play. It was the desire to regain his crown that had obliged Claudius the murder, and it is almost a duty of Hamlet to his father that urges him to his revenge upon the king. This conflict, then, of the murderer and the avenger of the elder Hamlet constitutes the main plot of the play, and from this grows the entire narrative. There are many scenes in the play where it shows that the elder Hamlet was very different compared to Claudius, his brother. Not only he was the innocent victim and the other the “cold-blooded fratricide” (Shakespeare 37), the rule of the two kings was very distant.
His one true love drowned by a lake. Aristotle says, "… and at the same time the tragic hero will be found at the heart of a number of unrelated problems." All these happened within months, and after every tragedy, Hamlet reacted in the worst way possible.. The fact that he could not control his fate drove him to make alternate resolutions to his problems. These decisions ultimately lead to Hamlet's death.
In William Shakespeare’s, “The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark”, a young prince named Hamlet is depressed and misguided. His father, the King has died and his mother Gertrude has already remarried his uncle Claudius. Hamlet is absolutely torn until his father’s ghost visits the castle and entreats Hamlet to avenge his death and kill his uncle King Claudius. Hamlet begins to test Claudius with plays and when Claudius finds out, all he has by his side is his councilor Polonius. Polonius tries to entrap Hamlet in every way possible, even by using his daughter Ophelia.