Hamlet Essay | Not too Fast or too Slow: The Happy Medium of Hamlet

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Not too Fast or too Slow: The Happy Medium of Hamlet

Summary: The thoughts and actions of Hamlet, Horatio and Laerte in William Shakespeare's classic play "Hamlet." 3 page essay on the process of Hamlets thinking, Horatios thinking, and Laertes thinking, and which way is the best to use.
Happy Medium

When trying to choose a series of causes and their effects in Hamlet, I found many cases in which this happened, and yet I find it hard to find three relating parts to focus on. In the end, I figured that the greatest moral that comes from this story tells us not to be too hasty, nor take too long, just go with a good pace. I figured that Shakespeare was trying to say too much of one or the other can result in too much of a bad thing, and that if you choose a `happy medium' then things will work out for the better.

In Hamlet, Hamlet himself seems to be extremely cautious in fulfilling lex talionus for his father. This is represented in Act III Scene IV when he inserts his own lines in...

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