Personality is destiny
“To be or not to be, that’s the question.” This is one of the world famous quotes from a remarkable literature piece Hamlet by William Shakespeare. How does this story and quote relate on one’s fate? Hamlet, a tragedy hero who revenged himself on his father’s murderer and throughout his vengeance and he reflected one’s weakness and strength humanity. After Hamlet father’s death, the queen married to Claudius who was Hamlet’s uncle and who now became his stepfather also he was the murderer of the king. The king’s ghost appeared to tell the story and how he got poison and killed by Claudius. In order to comfier the truth of Claudius was the murderer of his father, Hamlet decided to revenge and to kill Claudius. Hamlet pretended to act crazy and he didn’t care how other’s think about him, too much hatred caused he’s personality became revengeful, selfish and his uncertainty. In front of the people being so loyal to Claudius and Hamlet was planning to expose the unknown secret. His tragic fate and all his actions were controlled by his personality. Hamlet was with too much hatred, his individuality became revengeful, selfish also his uncertainty. There were the origins that caused Hamlet’s tragic destiny.
One of the most important characteristic which caused majority of events on the story was because of Hamlet’s revengeful personality. A normal person one found his father was killed by his uncle; one must be very astonished and tired to revenge for his father. It’s acceptable that Hamlet had this kind of feeling and thoughts to be revenge. However, during the process of his avengement, at this point Hamlet should realize his plan was dangerous and should be ceased. “My thought be bloody or be nothing worth.” (IV, iv, 56) Hamlet was being revengeful and the death of Polonius was caused because of the hatred and the instantly irrigate. But in reality, Hamlet’s avenging and he seemed didn’t care about the effect of his plan, which...
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