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    The complexity of characters within Hamlet Who is this character named hamlet? Why is he interesting or odd? Hamlet is a complex character. From the beginning of the story, we are introduced to his odd personality. Hamlet is full of contradictions. He is thoughtless yet alert, polite yet rude, caring yet careless. When Hamlet’s father passed away, he was filled with anger, Outrage and mistreatment. He shows a different side of himself when shows no regret when he is guilty for the deaths of…

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    is the typical high school couple (quarterback/ Hamlet with the head cheerleader/ Ophelia) with a typical break up and the female has two protective brothers (Polonius and King Claudius). In this particular scene Hamlet is portraying that he is not all that interested in Ophelia which can be interpreted as an act he is trying to pull, so that Claudius does not think he has any idea that he really killed the original king, Hamlet’s father. Hamlet wants Claudius to think that he is just crazy…

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    our heart. In Hamlet, Hamlet routinely consults himself and conducts his actions and behavior so, as to best handle himself. When Hamlet interacts with other characters, he profoundly values morale and traits. He takes into consideration honesty, character and self reflection. According to Shakespeare, good leadership is Hamlet; what he best stands for, is and in/through his character. Hamlet is a good leader because he displays…

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    With certain people, Hamlet is resolved to get revenge for his father’s death. With other people, this thought is the last thought in his mind. If he had any of the resolve he had showed earlier, his act of revenge would have already been completed. Instead of playing the part of the vengeful son, or dropping the issue entirely, he spends the entire act “slacking off';. He avoids the decision he has to make and pretends to be mad. This is shown when he says to Rosencrantz and…

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    The history to which William Shakespeare alludes, in his play, Hamlet, is the conflict of the corrupt English aristocracy (Goldstein). Undoubtedly, a governing body that has a great amount of power will participate in fraudulent acts, even royal courts. “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark,” as a guard states; and the source of the rottenness is King Claudius (1.4.90). Furthermore, the appearance of the late Hamlet’s ghost has little to do with foreign invasion and everything to do with…

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    removes the aspect of human nature that allows us to have that impulse to seek out revenge and display the different reactions to that impulse. Applying this impulse into three different characters in Hamlet, showed the results of their reaction to the death of their fathers. As Laertes, Fortinbras, and Hamlet seek out revenge for their murdered fathers’. Each son shows different ways on how they go about getting their revenge. Shakespeare illuminates and enhances similarities and differences…

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    Hamlet is tragedy written by William Shakespeare. It is about a young prince, Hamlet, who is trying to avenge the death of his father. In the beginning of the play Hamlet meets the ghost of his father. During their conversation Hamlet learns that his uncle, King Claudius, murdered Hamlet’s father. After finding out this information, Hamlet becomes obsessed with proving Claudius’s guilt. Hamlet’s ultimate goal is to get revenge for his father and kill Claudius. Hamlet’s obsession with Claudius…

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    Hamlet is a very smart man. He is not one to be taken as a fool. While Hamlet is planning vengeance on his uncle for the murder of his father, he had an idea to make people believe he was crazy even though he wasn’t. In 1.4 Hamlet comes up with an idea that is brilliant. While people are seeing him depressed and not himself, he decides to add some spice to the pot. After Hamlet is done meeting with his father’s spirit, he decides to act crazy. He is not insane, but he tells the guards that were…

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    THE MODERN HAMLET Breaking Bad is widely considered one of the best TV shows of all time and for a good reason. It has one particular plot that resonates with Hamlet - tragedy. The hook of this TV show is it’s brilliant deviation from a basic storyline and hero to one where it makes the viewer question their own values and make judgement calls. Walter White is debated heavily as being either a hero, an anti-hero, or just a faulty hero. To set the scene, he is a high school chemistry teacher who…

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    Hamlet is a play that was written by Shakespeare where the plot of the story is where Hamlet seeks revenge for his father’s murder. Hamlet uses grief and acts mad to where no one suspects him of being a danger to anyone. There are a few important themes in this play, which include lies and deceit and also revenge. Hamlet is one of the main characters in the story where he finds out who killed his father and plots revenge hamlet. Hamlet has many interesting characteristics and traits that help…

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