Hamlet Essay | Hamlet: Prince of Denmark

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Hamlet: Prince of Denmark

Summary: This essay is a general analysis of the character of Hamlet.


Hamlet is an extremely complex character. There is a little mystery to him throughout the play, some little detail that is not being told. He is quite a morbid person.

[HOW WEARY, STALE, FLAT AND UNPROF'TABLE/ SEEM ALL THE USES OF THIS WORLD]

Hamlet is a masoginist, and this is obvious from his first soliloquay, where he first expresses his deep resentment for his mothers treachorous betrayal of his father.

[FRAILTY, THY NAME IS WOMAN]

The turning point in the play for Hamlet is the moment he finds out from his father's ghost that Old Hamlet was murdered. It mark's the beginning of his madness, whether it be entirely real or at least partly feigned.

[O VILLAIN, VILLAIN, SMILING, DAMNED VILLAIN]

Hamlet recognises that events such as ghost's speaking, brothers murdering and wives remarrying may exist outside the moral framework of the average man, but that...

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