Essay Human Behavior As A Victim Of A Murder

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It is quite extraordinary how a species of animal can have similar pattern of behavior solely from their genetic upbringing. Humans, however can change their behavior and mindset quickly based on the influence of others. Humans are able to adapt based on any situation to the benefit of their feelings and life. This is proven throughout time and continues on to modern day as people grow and learn everyday. In the major text, Hamlet, human behavior is demonstrated as something to be learnt through influence, inspiration, and competitive drive to outdo another person. Human develop their behaviors through influence of one another. Humans are more apt to follow the request of those who are important. In an example in this play we see Hamlet’s father as a victim of a murder. Hamlet hears news that his father appears at night in the hall and awaits there one night. The ghost then appears in front of Hamlet as his father tells him how he dies by Claudius. Hamlet’s father immediately request that he takes action to avenge his death. Hamlet responds to this by saying “I 'll wipe away all trivial fond records [...] And thy commandment all alone shall live Within the book and volume of my brain, Unmix 'd with baser matter: yes, by heaven!" (Shakespeare 36). Right after his father tells Hamlet to take revenge on King Claudius, Hamlet quickly becomes a violent man. By this quote we see Hamlet change to someone who lived with fond records to someone who is solely out to seek hateful…

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