Throughout my experience with tragic plays, I started to like some of the ideas, concepts and moral beliefs of these plays. Reading works from William Shakespeare like Othello and now Hamlet it was easy to understand the messages he was trying to portray. After reading and analyzing Both Othello and Hamlet, I came to the conclusion that Shakespeare is a dramatist who writes about tragic and unfortunate drama. Therefore, the quote “Hamlet is a noble prince who suffers from a corrupt world that is not suitable to his sensitive moral nature” is true because Hamlet has to live knowing that his father who was killed by Hamlet’s uncle who is now King Claudius.
Throughout the play Hamlet, we see that there is corruption everywhere. At the beginning of the play, we start with the death of Hamlet’s father and his uncle marrying hamlets mother and becoming King. This can be seen as corruption because Hamlet states “My father’s only been dead for two months—no, not even two” (act 1 scene 2 page 5 line 135), “Yet even so, within a month of my father’s death (I don’t even want to think about it. Oh women! You are so weak!), even before she had broken in the shoes she wore to his funeral, crying like crazy—even an animal would have mourned its mate longer than she did!—there she was marrying my uncle, my father’s brother, who’s about as much like my father as I’m like Hercules”. Hamlet is not pleased with his mother marrying his uncle, and does not like the fact that his uncle is now the king. Hamlet doesn’t approve of what his mother and uncle are doing and
As the play continues, the audience learns that Barnardo and Francisco saw the ghost of Hamlets dead father. Then Barnardo and Francisco told Horatio about seeing the ghost who then told Hamlet that they saw the ghost of King Hamlet. Hamlet became curious and wanted to know why the ghost appeared. Hamlet learned that the Ghost appeared to inform him that King Claudius was the reason for his death. This caused Hamlet...
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