Character Awareness In Hamlet

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Realization of the Hearts and Minds

The moment of realization gives way to the purpose to the story, whether it justifies an outcome, changes the characters course or allows us to see what we once could not. For this reason, I offer an examination to certain associations between selected literary works, together with William Shakespeare’s Hamlet to compare the different moments of character awareness. Moreover, each of these examples contains particular elements of both honor as well as protest, which steer in the direction of the eventual and final fate. First, a visit to Denmark, somewhere in the the1600’s and contemplate the tale of a prince consumed by the recent death of his father and a deceptive struggle for power by his father’s
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It was he who caused the trouble. On his deathbed he called my father to him and said, "Son, after I 'm gone I want you to keep up the good fight. I never told you, but our life is a war and I have been a traitor all my born days, a spy in the enemy 's country ever since I give up my gun back in the Reconstruction. Live with your head in the lion 's mouth. I want you to overcome 'em with yeses, undermine 'em with grins, agree 'em to death and destruction, let 'em swoller you till they vomit or bust wide open” (Ellison 1142).
Understand, what appears as a respectful invitation to deliver his graduation speech of social responsibility to a group inebriated white southerners, seeking racially violence entertainment, builds to a turning point in another brief moment of protest but now by the narrator, and like “Hamlet”, this could be another losing battle. Many acts of violence as well as imagery of prejudice by cruelty and abstract idea symbolism, such as blinding ones sight to recognizable dangers or ignorance. Any goals originally sought here have now given way to an absence of self-respect as well as a loss of
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Considering this, each examination in moments of character united awareness, feelings of honor, execution of moral principles, or instants of demonstration that hold a personal justification of actions made. In addition, what lies within the mind of each character can provide insights to the heart of intentions are often the necessary components needed to cement these bonds. In contrast, a common ground is mutual in disapproval as well as the need for change seen in areas of those in authority or those who seemingly hold great power over others. Furthermore, an anticipated final piece of the puzzle is reached in each respective conclusion and whether or not the means justifies the desired outcome or brings about a predictable

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