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Major Themes of Hamlet

Summary: Examines major themes from the William Shakespeare tragedy, Hamlet. Describes how Shakespeare depects Hamlet's revenge and how it directly affects other characters.
Revenge, the action taken in return for an injury or offense. Is the death of one's loved one enough to take revenge on the killer? Are you able to risk everything to get back at someone for their offence against your father? Hamlet's revenge against Claudius causes his pain and everyone else's pain as a result. Corruption of the characters in the play is directly related to the actions of Hamlets revenge.

Closely related is Hamlet in Laerties. Their desire for revenge consumes them and destroys them both. Hamlet's inability to be a man of action in acquiring his revenge in time leads him to fight Laerties and lose his life. Nothing to live for Laerties goes in with everything his has hoping to accomplish victory for his father's death by Hamlet's blade and succeeds with Hamlet's death. The ghost of Hamlet's father wants his retribution...

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