Hamlet Essay | Shakespeare's Hamlet

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
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Shakespeare's Hamlet

Summary: Describes how in the play "Hamlet," William Shakespeare develops the idea that individuals can become insensitive and take radical action in the midst of conflict. Explores how the title character, Hamlet, faces many conflicts, both internal and external.
In William Shakespeare's, "Hamlet," Shakespeare develops the idea that individuals can become insensitive and take radical action in the midst of conflict. The character Hamlet faces many conflicts, both internal and external. Hamlet's girlfriend, Ophelia, also faces many conflicts of her own. Hamlet ends up murdering several people and Ophelia murders herself. All of the deaths were due to conflict; usually internal conflict.

For Hamlet, all the conflicts began with the meeting with the ghost. Had it not been for the ghost, Hamlet would have eventually overcome his depression following his father's death, and then had been crowned King once Claudius died. After meeting with his father's spirit, Hamlet was told the truth about his father's death. For Hamlet, this created a sense of blinding anger toward Claudius. Determined to take revenge on Claudius, Hamlet killed anybody that came in his way. Polonius was using his daughter to...

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