Comparing Two Schemes In Hamlet, By William Shakespeare's Hamlet

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Books, there are many type of books out in the world. Some are fiction, other are nonfiction, there are short books and long books, but all together they have one thing in common schemes. There are many schemes to a book, they may be similar but in ways they may differ from one another. One book that contains many schemes is “Hamlet”, by William Shakespeare. Each scheme in hamlet is similar, for instance each time you enter a new scheme there is always someone plotting revenge, or trying to find out the answer to a mysteries. As soon as you start reading the book “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare you notice that there are already schemes brewing. In act two scene two of “Hamlet” there is a scheme that is constructed by Prince Hamlet to find out if King Claudius is responsible for his father 's death.This scheme is put to action after Hamlet finds out that his father was murdered. Hamlet finds out about this tragedy after coming in contact with his father’s ghost. With such alarming news Hamlet at first does not know what to do. He does not even know if he should put his trust in this ghost. So he comes up with a scheme to see if the ghost was actually his father 's ghost or if it was the devil dressed up as his father and trying to deceive him ”We’ll ha ’t tomorrow night. You could, for a need, study a speech of some dozen …show more content…
For example the two schemes listed above show how Hamlets scheme against King Claudius resulted death and so did Claudius, Queen Gertrude and Polonius’ scheme against Hamlet. One thing that the reader got to witness with those schemes where the true colors of some characters; King Claudius being unremorseful, greedy and Queen Gertrude betraying her own son. It 's safe to say that no one really knows how a story will began, or how it will end and how the schemes will be like, it 's up to the writer to write it and for the ready to find

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