Hamlets two friends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern had been killed. Their death could have been preventing, but every person Hamlet has killed, he was just trying to look out for himself. The more Hamlets had delayed his revenge on Claudius the more paranoid he got. Claudius wanted to kill Hamlet because he was a threat to his thorn. Claudius also found out that Hamlet know the truth about how his father had been tragedy killed, so that Claudius could become the king of Denmark.
For example, when Claudius sets up the plan of poisioning Hamlet in the duel he ends up killing Ger... ... middle of paper ... ...is uncle, Claudius for taking the throne, his mother, his money and the crown. Therefore yes, Hamlet is obssesed with wanting to kill his Claudius. Claudius' Greed for power is to blame for all the tragedies in the play Hamlet. Claudius was jellous of his brother and did go through exstemes inorder to gain power through greed. Relying on others was another tragedy.
Murder is insane; killing someone’s life for revenge is not any less different from murder and is far from being called “justice”. In today’s modern society, there is hardly anybody going around killing other people just to get back revenge, but in the novel, “Hamlet”, written by William Shakespeare, killing each other for revenge is a constant thing to do in their society. This book is all about tragedy, because there are so many deaths that happened at the end of the play. For example, King Claudius killed the late King Hamlet, so now Prince Hamlet is plotting to destroy King Claudius for murdering his dad. Prince Hamlet stabbed Polonius to death, so now Polonius’s son, Laertes, wants to kill Hamlet and has linked up with King Claudius
“‘The point envenomed too! Then, venom, to thy work’ ‘Drink off this potion”’ (Shakespeare, pg 281, lines 352-357). In the first scheme, Prince Hamlet was trying to kill King Claudius due to the King murdering Hamlet’s deceased father and the outcome was a success, because Prince Hamlet actually did proceed with the actions of murdering King Claudius; slashing him across his neck with the poisoned sword and forcing him to drink the poisoned cup. “‘My lord, I’ll hit him now’ ‘Have at you now!’ ‘Laertes wounds Hamlet’” (Shakespeare, pg 279, lines 322-331). Also, in the second scheme, King Claudius was plotting to execute Prince Hamlet, because Hamlet found out about Claudius killing his father and have been planning to revenge the late King Hamlet; the outcome was Hamlet slowly dies from a poisonous cut soon leading to his final breath.
Revenge is defined as the action of causing hurt or harm on someone for an injury or wrong suffered at their hands. Shakespeare’s Hamlet contains the central idea of revenge. In this story, the father is murdered, the mother marries the murderer, and the son is left to the duty of revenge (Barzilai 87). It is Hamlet’s duty to follow his father’s commands and get his revenge on his uncle, but multiple problems occur and lead to his death along with many others. In the beginning of the play, Hamlet has returned from Wittenberg to honor the death of his father, King Hamlet, and the ghost of his dead father suddenly confronts him.
“Hamlet is of the faction that is wronged;/ His madness is poor Hamlet’s enemy.” In the William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet, Hamlet struggles internally throughout. After his father, Hamlet, is killed by his uncle, Claudius, Hamlet looks to seek revenge. Claudius is now king, and married to young Hamlet’s mother, Queen Gertrude and now holds power over the kingdom. In his plot to kill Claudius to avenge his father, Hamlet takes on insanity as part of the act. While pretending his insanity, he mistakenly kills Polonius, councillor to the king, and also drives his lover, Ophelia, to suicide.
Although this is deeply rooted in his character, his obsessive thoughts are a product of continuous grieving. In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Hamlet learns from a ghost of his father’s brutal murder. Hamlet weeps and plans to take action but doesn’t deliver. Instead he plots his revenge and waits for the perfect moment to avenge King Hamlet. The ghost of Hamlet’s father influences Hamlet to seek revenge who would otherwise contemplate the subject to death, GHOST: Revenge his foul murder and most unnatural murder.
Shakespeare in the play Hamlet, is trying to make this a play on revenge between many characters and also show the insecurities of Hamlet as he tries to seek revenge. In the play several characters are compelled to restore family honor by exacting vengeance. Fortinbras tries to reclaim his father’s honor by reclaiming territory, Hamlet must get back at Claudius for killing his father, and Laertes must get back at Hamlet to avenge his father and sister. Each character is driven in the play to get revenge at someone. Hamlet is
He is becomes obsessed with her and the fact that Claudius violated her. All of these distractions affect Hamlet’s ability to make decisions. His indecisiveness alters the course of the plot and makes life more difficult for him. Hamlet first learns of his father’s death in act one, scene five (1000). He knows that he has to avenge his father when the ghost tells him, “Revenge his foul and most unnatural murder”.
Claudius was even punished after death. His throne and whole castle was taken over by Fortinbras. Not only where his wife and friend dead, but he later died himself by his brother's son. Claudius killed and his turn to die came, but it took some time and other people to die too. Claudius was punished for the queen's death because although he did not intentionally mean to kill her, he watched her drink the poison that he had prepared for hamlet.