Hamlet Essay | William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in Today's Society

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William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in Today's Society

Summary: Despite many critics' opinions to the contrary, William Shakespeare's play "Hamlet" remains relevant in today's society. The play touches on themes such as suicide, revenge, the frailty of women, murder, fate, and destiny that are as prevalent today as they were in Shakespeare's time.
Many critics have said that Shakespeare's `Hamlet' isn't relevant in society today that society has moved on. If this statement is true, then why are movies being made on `Hamlet' and why are students in schools and universities being made to study it"

The answer is that `Hamlet' is an unparalleled adventure story full of suspense, intrigue and murder. It is a story of a young Danish Prince whose ploy to revenge his father's murder result ultimately in tragedy. `Hamlet' explores many themes that are relevant in society today. The main themes are suicide, revenge, frailty in women, murder, and fate and destiny.

These themes are the backing for `Hamlet's' relevance in society today. They are all evident in today's society and have been continuously since Hamlet was ever written. Such themes like suicide are clearly seen by people today, and it is increasing...

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