Hamlet Essay | The Chain of Events

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The Chain of Events

Summary: Explores themes from the William Shakespeare play, Hamlet. Discusses the consequences of one person's choice in the play. Describes how William Shakespeare illustrates to us that when a character is met with unversed experiences it can reshape their lives and the lives of others around them.
Many great plays have been represented from different time periods in our world's history. William Shakespeare is one playwright who has had many famous plays. Shakespeare used many different styles to depict his ideas. Tragedies are one style of play that Shakespeare used and eventually became his most popular as well. "Hamlet" is one Shakespearian Tragedy which became to be one of his most popular. With the application of "Hamlet", William Shakespeare illustrates to us that when a character is met with unversed experiences it can reshape their lives and the lives of others around them.

The play begins with the burial of King Hamlet who was killed by his brother Claudius. This is a prime example of being faced with a different situation. Claudius is faced with an opportunity that was never given to him before and that was being able to murder his brother...

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