Relying on others was another tragedy. Polonius' death was not the fault of Claudius' greed. Hamlet killed Polonius. Don't assume because assuming lead to sticky situalions. Nevertheless, Hamlet was obsessed with killing Claudius because Claudius had killed his father and Hamlet wanted to seek his father's revenge.
This means that Claudius is starting to believe Hamlet is dangerous and wants to send him to England. From this point Claudius is very suspicious of Hamlet, he suspects that Hamlet is plotting against him, he says, "Madness in great ones must not unwatched
In doing this he also corrupted Gertrude to his will. Then to keep his reign as king he plotted with Laertes to kill Prince Hamlet. Once again he is corrupted as he plots to murder another family member for power. Another heavily corrupted was our protagonist Prince Hamlet himself. His path of corruption started off when his father asked him to seek vengeance on Claudius for murdering him .Then while on this path of vengeance Hamlet kills Polonius believing him to be Claudius hiding behind the curtains.
Hamlet 's seek for revenge begins to get out of control when he begins to eliminate people who get in the way of his plans, such as Polonius. Hamlet kills Polonius in act three when he sees Polunius ease dropping on his conversation with his mother. Hamlet believes that Polonius is spying for Claudius. By killing Polonius, Hamlet is eliminating a future problem and allows him to focus back on his main goal of seeking revenge on Claudius. Hamlet decides to pretend mad in order to mastermind Claudius wit suspicion and anticipation that he is seeking revenge.
This makes deception the most important theme in Hamlet. While Claudius is busy speculating the origin of this madness Hamlet was covertly planning the mousetrap play. Which only worked because Claudius wasn’t expecting it. Without deception there was a good chance that Claudius would realize that Hamlet learned of the murder and was actively plotting how to prove to his mother and the kingdom that he killed Hamlet’s father. When Hamlet feigned madness it also had an unexpected effect on Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, many people were speculating on the source of his madness and this led them to underestimate him.
The first motivation, is Prince Hamlet to King Claudius to revenge his father and to find out if Claudius is guilty of killing late King Hamlet and to prove it Hamlet uses a theater play to testify his theory. The second motivation; King Claudius is against Prince Hamlet. Claudius found out that Hamlet knew he was the cause of his father’s death and is plotting against him to avenge the late King Hamlet, so now Claudius is coming up with plans to end his life without having the people of Denmark questioning Hamlet’s death. Claudius against late King Hamlet, because Claudius became jealous over his own brother and killed him making the late King Hamlet’s ghost appear to Prince Hamlet for revenge. These three motivations contain the same similarities, because they both have the same motivation to kill each other and the same outcome of death.
Polonius catches onto Hamlets feign for the madness that puts Hamlets “antic disposition” on risk. The exposure of Hamlets act of madness petrifies his plan therefore Hamlet had no other choice but to reinforce his madness by killing “Polonius by thrusting a rapier” (Shakespeare 3.4 28). The theme of madness is portrayed through the motif of poison as Hamlet feigns his madness only to enact revenge on King Claudius for poisoning his father, and once his madness is to be exposed by Polonius, Hamlet was forced to conserve his plot for revenge by murdering Polonius. Thus the poison acts as the root cause of the madness
Hamlet knows that having the correct facts is so important because without hard evidence he may unjustly kill his uncle and have to d... ... middle of paper ... ...set with Hamlet for murdering his father, Polonius, and conspires with King Claudius against Hamlet. After all these tragic events it gets worse, Hamlet’s two very best friends plot against him, it drives him mad. It all starts with an act of insanity, then there is less acting involved and it finally ends up as Hamlet’s reality and tragedy for all. In conclusion, Hamlet could be considered insane, it is not just an act. In the beginning of the play, Hamlet is acting mad in order to avenge his father’s death, therefore he is able to gain vital information regarding King Hamlet’s death.
Again both deaths were due to choices made by Hamlet, Polonius' murder and driving Ophelia insane. Finally we arrive at the sword match between Hamlet and Laertes. Hamlet is unaware of Claudius’ poisoned goblet and the poisoned tip of Laertes’ sword. When Laertes cuts Hamlet, he makes the choice to stab Laertes, who would see him dead as well. When the queen dies after drinking the poison and Laertes confesses the whole deed, implicating Claudius, Hamlet finally kills the man who killed his father.
The first scheme, is Prince Hamlet to King Claudius to revenge his father and to find out if Claudius is guilty of killing late King Hamlet and to prove it Hamlet uses a play to testify his theory. The second scheme, King Claudius is against Prince Hamlet. Claudius found out that Hamlet knew he was the cause of his father’s death and is plotting against him to avenge the late King Hamlet, so now Claudius is coming up with plans to end his life without having the people of Denmark questioning Hamlet’s death. These two schemes contain the same similarities with one another, because they both have the same motivation to kill each other and the same outcome, which is