Essay on Analysis Of Shakespeare 's ' Hamlet '

1434 Words Mar 11th, 2016 6 Pages
Hamlet Does Have a Center In the play Hamlet written by William Shakespeare, the main character hamlet has to restore the order of Denmark by avenging his father’s unnatural death. Throughout the play, “Hamlet’s quintessence is never to be wholly committed to any stance or attitude, /He has no center” (Bloom 406), is a theory that Bloom argue about how hamlet has no center. Meanwhile hamlet has a strong motivation of revenge, that he’s will to stick to at all costs and doing everything to manipulate the minds of others, with his persona. As for his actions, they are used all revolving around the main goal to kill his shadow, likewise he shows his moral center by taking action on what he does and what he says regarding feelings. Although hamlets mask doesn’t show his caring part or love for others, its still prominently shown in the unconscious mind where his center lies. Therefore, Blooms statement is false because hamlet has a passion driving him and a loving part of him givers him human character with a center.

Firstly, throughout the play hamlet shows his persona, done with having the ability to manipulate others with it and then creating this mask that builds this fake character. Which in return he can use his persona to play a game that no one is aware of but him in, the one in control. Hamlet demonstrates this when he on purpose is making a fool of himself by acting dumb to Polonius mentioning in the conversation if he has a daughter and acting like he…

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