He at first doubted his friend... ... middle of paper ... ...een poisoned and he would join his mother soon. Hamlet takes Leartes sword and stabs him with it. Before he dies Leartes forgives Hamlet for everything. He now realized the king was the one to blame. Hamlet looked at his uncle and finishes the job he should have done long before.
During Hamlet the ... ... middle of paper ... ...the end of the play due to poison tipped blade and drinking of the poisoned chalice that killed his father and uncle, tragically ending the young rulers life. Like Hamlet Oedipus exacted his own punishment for the murder of his father and by gouging his eyes out to show his guilt for not seeing the truth before than, but unlike Hamlet Oedipus lived two die of old age. Comparing and contrasting Hamlet and Oedipus Rex you can find that they both fell into self-destruction because of their respecting flaws, effectively ending their rule. In these two tragedies the character’s could not overcome their dilemmas and flaws. Although both had beneficial characteristics they lacked important characteristics to make an effective ruler.
In Act I, scene 5, Hamlet is visited by the ghost who was his father. The ghost makes Hamlet aware of his murderous death when he tells Hamlet of how Claudius had killed him. The ghost says this to Hamlet regarding Claudius, "Revenge his foul and most unnatural murder." This is where Hamlet is first inrtoduced to the revenge plot between himself and Claudius. Hamlet wants to insure that the ghost really was his dead father before he kills Claudius.
The ghost tells Hamlet that he is his father and that a foul crime has been committed. He also tells him that the crime is forgotten. Hamlet finds out that his uncle kills his father by pouring poison in his ear while he is sleeping. Ghost says, “List, list, O, list! If thou didst ever thy dear father love —” (I.v.21-23).
He begins by killing his father and taking the thrown. Even though in the beginning Hamlet does not know this he is still upset due to the fact that Claudius has married his mother. In the play the inciting action happens in the scene where Hamlet actually has the conversation with the ghost of his father. Inciting action is what starts the rising action. In this scene the ghost reveals himself to Hamlet and tells the new king Claudius killed him that did not die of natural cause but instead.
His father did not just die, in fact he was murdered. The breaking point for Hamlet about his father’s murder was the fact that Claudius, his uncle and mother’s new ... ... middle of paper ... ...lord, he hath importuned me with love in honorable fashion…and hath given countenance to his speech, my lord, with almost all the holy vows of heaven” (I.iii.111-115). As Hamlet’s madness progresses and his actions and feelings towards Ophelia waver. He rejects Ophelia and tells her that he never loved her, but when he fights with Laertes in Ophelia’s grave, Hamlet states, “Forty thousand brothers could not, with all their quantity of love, make up my sum” (V.i.250-253). Due to his drastic changes in character Hamlet gives the reader the illusion allusion that he may have schizophrenia.
("Polonius" Benet). The main character, Hamlet, is the son of Queen Gertrude and King Hamlet of Denmark. King Hamlet has recently died, supposedly from natural causes. Hamlet despises the fact that his mother has remarried his uncle, now King Claudius, so soon after the death of King Hamlet. Later Hamlet sees the ghost of his father and King Hamlet tells him Claudius murdered him by putting poison in his ear.
Young Hamlet is in deep morning over the loss of his father and now he has to handle the remarriage of his mother to his own uncle, the man who in cold blood killed his father. Hamlet, with the death of his father, is acting strangely but his whole outlook changes for the worst when his father's ghost visits him. He finds out the true causes of his death and he is influenced by his father to seek revenge. Hamlet's father tells his son to kill his uncle, Claudius because he is the cause of his death. Hamlet loved his father deeply and would do anything for him.
At the beginning of Hamlet the reader finds out that Hamlet’s father has been killed by his own brother and he marries his old wife and takes the throne. Hamlet’s father comes back in the middle of the night as a ghost to tell Hamlet the truth about his death and to avenge his death and get him out of purgatory. Hamlet himself is distraught and angry from the news he has received and begins to make a mess of things. The differences between Hamlet and Claudius are Claudius is a doer and he does things for himself. Hamlet on the other hand, he thinks about everything but his biggest problem is the fact that he over thinks situations and doesn’t act on them.
He stole his crown, married his mother, and completely removed King Hamlet from the lives of the Danish people. His slight disdain elevates very quickly into a deep hatred upon learning that Claudius was the one who murdered the elder Hamlet. In Act 1, Scene 5, lines 41-42, he exclaims, “O my prophetic soul!” My uncle?”. He had a sense that it could have been his Uncle, but the ghost confirms the