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Essay | Insanity for Revenge

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Insanity for Revenge

Summary: Essay discusses the aspect of revenge in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
Mans desire for revenge will push far beyond sanity for achievement. One can clearly discover this in the William Shakespeare novel "Hamlet." Several situations display mans desire for revenge; those situations too evidently display how far man will reach to obtain revenge.

Murder is an act of insanity clearly visible with Claudius, Hamlet, and Laertes. "The serpent that did sting thy father's life now wears his crown", Claudius murders King Hamlet due to his desire for power of Denmark possibly even his desire for Gertrude. Nonetheless, King Hamlet is murdered by his own flesh and blood in a successful attempt to gain power. Murdering ones own brother can be classified as nothing short of insanity. Webster's dictionary defines insanity as extreme folly or unreasonable. This applies to Claudius's act of murder, though Claudius is not the only person placed in this category.

Hamlet, above all other characters...

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