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The External Forces That Affect Hamlet

Summary: Analyzes Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet. Describes how many external forces affect Hamlet and cause him to alter his moral beliefs and what he knows to be morally just.
Throughout life, people go through many different experiences which cause them to change their morals and what they believed to be morally just. This is the case in William Shakespeare's greatest tragedy ever - Hamlet. Hamlet is a story about one man who experiences the loss of his father through the ruthless behaviour of his uncle Claudius. Not only does Claudius kill Hamlet's father, but also takes Hamlet's once dear mother from him and turns her into a corrupt and immoral person. In turn, Hamlet experiences a variety of external forces which force him to confront his moral and ethical beliefs, thus, causing him to mature over the course of the play. The most important external forces in Hamlet are King Claudius, Polonius, and most importantly, the supernatural.

The first external force which causes Hamlet to alter his moral beliefs is Claudius. Claudius is...

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