Essay on The Tragedy Of Hamlet By William Shakespeare

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Do you think acting boldly without thinking or acting impetuously can injure others or cause disorder? Some people think that they couldn 't hurt others or themselves by acting without thinking, but in some situations, they actually do. This thematic essay will manifest how people actually offend or cause pain to others by acting without thinking. First of all, a theme is a central idea or insight about human experience revealed in a work of literature, such as poetry, books, novels, and dramas. The Tragedy of Hamlet by William Shakespeare has a lot of themes. The theme for The Tragedy of Hamlet by William Shakespeare is people who act without think do more harm or cause disorder than people who think before they act. Hamlet, unlike Claudius, is a serious-minded person who thinks before he acts. Before he can act boldly, he considers the consequences of his actions and the mean of the action by others, such as Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Often his very uncertainty makes him a hero because all the other characters who act boldly, without thinking, are the cause for the tragedies in Hamlet.
As a matter of fact, the tragedy that triggered the catastrophes later was the death of King Hamlet. The man responsible for this affliction is Claudius, the brother of King Hamlet. In Act III, Scene III, Claudius admitted why he killed his brother King Hamlet. Claudius said, "I am still possessed of those effects for which I did the murder --- my crown, mine own ambition, and…

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