Hamlet Essay | Hamlet

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Hamlet

Summary: Essay analyzes the play of "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare.
"Frailty thy name is women (I.ii.146)" says Hamlet in his first soliloquy that expresses his despair towards his sinful mother. In this classic play of Hamlet by William Shakespeare, Hamlet, the price of Demark, adopts an outrageous character after the death of his father, King Hamlet. Incidents that occur after his father's death deeply change his feelings about love. Hamlet grew up in a prestigious and affectionate family. His parents' love for each other seemed to be unbreakable as his love for Ophelia. His mother's sudden remarriage is negative in the eyes of Hamlet; it is not only the remarriage but also the fact that it is with his uncle Claudius, the new King of Denmark. This leads to Hamlet's pessimistic view of love thus greatly affecting his relationship with his lover, Ophelia. The following is an outline of how the change of Hamlet's view of love leads...

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