The Tragedy Of Hamlet By William Shakespeare Essay

1713 Words Dec 10th, 2015 7 Pages
Tragedies Build Real Warriors
One of the most famous tragedies, Hamlet, written by Williams Shakespeare in 1602, vividly illustrates a boy transformed from an innocent child to a brave warrior. The main character, Hamlet, was the Prince of the Denmark, and he should have lived in a peaceful and wonderful life; however, the mysterious death of his father, the King of the Denmark, completely destroyed Hamlet’s life and changes into tragedies, and also filled with revenges. At the beginning of the revenge, Hamlet was fragile and naïve. He did not realized the cruel challenges he was about to face. Though still afraid of what was going to happen, he cannot give up revenging on his uncle, Claudius, who not only murdered the former King and took over the reign, but also married Hamlet’s mother Gertrude. Through all of the hesitation and struggling, he had defeated his enemies and overcame his own past. At the end of the play, he successfully finished a series of revenges and sacrificed his young life, but it is undeniable that Hamlet was a synonym of real warriors, who suffered physical death, but awoke the inner warrior’s soul.
First and foremost, the young Hamlet’s heart filled with righteousness and kindness, but the appearance of former king’s ghost thoroughly became a prologue of revenge. Initially, as Hamlet encountered the ghost of King, he failed to believe the ghost because Hamlet didn’t want to be a moral killer. In the act 1 and scene 5, the conversation between Hamlet…

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