Hamlet Essay | Discuss Hamlet's Dilemma in a Corrupt World.

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Discuss Hamlet's Dilemma in a Corrupt World.

Summary: Hamlet's dilemma in a corrupt world is brilliantly orchestrated through the challenges he faces. Hamlet as a character remains tantalising difficult to interpret. He is seen as a sensitive man who is too weak to deal with the pressures of his life. All of this is personified through Hamlet when he is dealing with his dilemmas and the corruption of the world that revolves around him.
Hamlet's dilemma in a corrupt world is brilliantly orchestrated through the challenges he faces. Hamlet as a character remains tantalising difficult to interpret. He is seen as a sensitive man who is too weak to deal with the pressures of his life. From the very beginning of the play one can already recognise the dilemmas that Hamlet faces. Shakespeare sets the stage for Hamlet's internal dilemma in Act 1, Scene 5 of Hamlet when the ghost of Hamlet's father appears and calls upon Hamlet to "revenge his foul and most unnatural murder" (1.5.24). Hamlet's dilemma in regard to his disgust at his mother's lack of grief and early marriage is shown in the first soliloquy. The main function of the soliloquy is to reveal to the audience Hamlet's profound melancholia and the reasons for his despair. In a disjointed outpouring of disgust, anger, sorrow and grief...

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