Hamlet Essay | Catastrophic Revenge in "Hamlet"

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Catastrophic Revenge in "Hamlet"

Summary: The aspiration for revenge, and its devastating results, is a central theme of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet." Hamlet both plots revenge and is the object of revenge.
"Revenge is a kind of wild justice, which the more man's nature runs to a acknowledgment for a desire for vengeance is `natural' to one who one who feels he has been wronged" (Hattaway 84) . These circumstances arise in the play Hamlet, written by English writer, William Shakespeare in 1601. The main controversial issue of this play is Claudius (King), murders the prince Hamlet's father also named Hamlet, who was the former king, by pouring poison into his ear while sleeping. Hamlet becomes incensed of the illuminating truth. The recognition of desire of vengeance is one of the human emotions which is articulated throughout the play through employing the devices of characters and plot conflict.

Through Shakespeare's use of characters, such as one of the characters The Ghost, he develops the theme of aspiration for revenge. The ghost character is Hamlet's passed on father's spirit. The ghost visits...

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