But now its too late, because his daughters already took away all the land. He sees how evil his daughters really are and they dont love him at all, so he curses them. Now Lear appears to be crazy from his actions, but in reality he exactly knows what is going on. Hamlet saw the ghost of his father and it told Hamlet that his uncle killed him to become the king. This shows that the person will even commit murder to get control of the country, just like we see in KING LEAR.
The purpose of the confron... ... middle of paper ... ...eems unable to think for herself. She is closed minded to the fact that her new husband murdered her former husband. Despite her blindness, she loves her son and wants to protect him as well. By not listening to Hamlet, she herself is poisoned by Claudius on accident. In the end, Ophelia, Claudius, King Hamlet, Laertes, Polonius, Gertrude, and Hamlet all end up dead.
He does this by insulting her and convincing her that he is mad and never had any true feelings for her. "I loved you not" (III; i; 117) "Get thee to a nunnery......Marry a fool, for wise men know well enough what monsters you make of them" (III; i; 135-137) Hamlet also kills Polonius (by mistake thinking it was Claudius). Both of these incidents cause Ophelia a great deal of grief and so she kills herself. Hamlet is of course devastated because he never actually meant to hurt her. "I loved Ophelia.
Furthermore, Hamlet’s misogyny continues as he disrespects his own mother, as he states, “She married—O most wicked speed! To post / With such dexterity to incestuous sheets” (1.2.156-57). Despite his uncle Claudius being half the relationship, he continues to solely blame his mother for the act. Hamlet continues to hurt others for no reason, disturbing natural order. Additionally, Hamlet murders people for no good reason.
Because of unable to believe that his beloved daughters are tormenting him, Lear slowly goes mad. He leaves from his daughters’ houses to be honor .Unfortunately he runs up against a great thunderstorm with his Fool and Kent who is a loyal minister of his. Meanwhile, an elderly nobleman of Lear’s named Gloucester also experiences family problems. His illegitimate son, Edmund, cheats him to believe that his legitimate son, Edgar, is trying to kill him and robs his property. So he readily place trust in what Edmund said and set Edgar out of the country.
This rash decision leads to his imminent downfall. The reader can actually foresee the breakdown of King Lear and his loss of control and order. Lear foolishly becomes angry at his youngest and favorite daughter because she refuses to phrase her love and affections. Lear then banishes Cordelia. This foolish act causes Lear to become vulnerable to his other two evil daughters as they conspire against him.
Othello then tells Emilia about the handkerchief, in which she tells him that he was wrong and that she had taken the handkerchief and given it to Iago. Iago then kills his wife and tries to escape but is soon captured by Lodovico, Montana, and Cassio. The truth is soon revealed, that Othello and Iago planned Cassio’s death. Othello tries to reason with the men but they will not hear any of it. Othello, overwrought with grief over what he had done, kills himself and dies on top of his wife.
(V, i, ll 58-62) This also reveals that Edmund is incapable of loving anyone because he is so overwhelmed with attaining power. Goneril and Regan's characters are also developed in this selection. Both of the sisters are blinded by their `love' for Edmund to the point where they put all other things aside to get his love, and ironically the one they both love so much kills them, as Goneril poisoned Regan because she feared Regan would steal Edmund from her. After finding out that Edmund is defeated, she takes her own life as well. Without this soliloquy, a great void would be left in the play.
Goneril is the first to notice and reacts to it by telling Oswald before her father shows up to “treat Lear and his men poorly” just as you would think it wouldn’t make the king get a better attitude toward life. King Lear’s behavior actually gets worse you notice this when Lear starts being aggressive and starts drinking, he also reacts to what Goneril told Oswald by disrespecting his daughter. Another way you can tell the king is losing it because after everything his daughter lied to him about he only divides the land between Goneril and Regan which are the ones who lied to him. Cordelia on the other hand which is the only daughter who told the truth didn’t get one piece of land and also got banished by her father. I know if I was a father and had my head on straight unlike King Lear I would h... ... middle of paper ... ... him his ego is also overwhelmed and weakened by the traumatic event, it triggers psychotic madness.
Hamlet called it an ‘incestuous marriage’ because the marriage is just too sudden. He thinks that it is not right and it is not based on true love as he said,” You cannot call it love, for at your age the hey-day in the blood is tame, it’s humble. And waits upon judgment.” He feels disgusted to the Queen because she should be mourning instead of being remarried to the King’s brother, Claudius. It is shown how his mother’s action in marrying his uncle affected Hamlet as he said, “She married -O most wicked speed! To post with such anxiety to incestuous sheets!