Hamlet Essay | Does Hamlet Want Only Revenge?

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Does Hamlet Want Only Revenge?

Summary: A theme commonly chosen for analysis in William Shakespeare's play "Hamlet" is that of revenge, which Hamlet seeks against Claudius for having killed Hamlet's father. However, Hamlet is not an ordinary person seeking the simplistic act of revenge; his considerations of both his relationships with others and ethical dilemmas as he plans his revenge reveal Hamlet's complex, noble character.
Hamlet only wants revenge. Do you agree"

Themes that are present in the play Hamlet are still current and evident in today's modern society. One of which, is the commonly chosen theme of Hamlet wanting revenge. Revenge is all about getting even with someone who has done something wrong to you, or done something wrong by you to some one you care about and how you are to repay them in kind for the offence. In the case of Hamlet, Claudius murdered his father King Hamlet. Hamlet wants to get revenge for this and attempts throughout the play to avenge his father's death. Hamlet, the play, epitomizes the classic revenge plot which consequently climaxes with the wholesale slaughter scene of Act 5 Scene 2

"There is something rotten in the state of Denmark" Act 1 reveals the plot of revenge is revealed Hamlet keeps his suspicions close to...

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