Hamlet Essay | There Are Three Main Realms of Hamlet's Personality

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There Are Three Main Realms of Hamlet's Personality

Summary: In William Shakespeare's Hamlet we encounter a young man on the verge of discovering his own fate. Hamlets' growth is evident from beginning to end as he searches within himself for a deeper meaning to his life. His struggle with intense emotions deal with mortality and morality as he continually sought answers beyond his flesh.

In William Shakespeare's Hamlet we encounter a young man on the verge of discovering his own fate. Hamlets' growth is evident from beginning to end as he searches within himself for a deeper meaning to his life. His struggle with intense emotions deal with mortality and morality as he continually sought answers beyond his flesh. Mortality is relevant as Hamlet is willing to kill and die in the name of justice and morality is evident when he questioned his own motives before taking matters into his own hands. Introspectively speaking Hamlet is a man before his time as he analyzed the world around him and what he was meant to contribute to the world. There are many realms to Hamlet's personality, but three of his characteristics are crucial to the development of the play--he is introspective, spiritual, and determined.

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