Hamlet Essay | Hamlet and Relationships

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Hamlet and Relationships

Summary: A central focus of William Shakespeare's play "Hamlet" is on human relationships that are unworthy, malicious, at times pitiful, and destined to fail. Through his manipulation of Hamlet and other characters in the plot, Shakespeare shows how relationships can collapse, whether they are between lovers, families, or friends.
Hamlet, Shakespeare's most famous tragedy play is full of violence, vengeance and madness. As the Denmark prince seeks for revenge for his father, the play had showed us no admirable human relationships. In the play, the failure of the relationships between Hamlet and Ophelia, Ophelia and Polonius, and Hamlet and his two friends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern had demonstrated the most unworthy relationships between lovers, families, and friends. By showing us those Hamlet with those inestimable human relationships, Shakespeare had make Hamlet become a literature of eternity because those relationships showed reality of collapse of human relationships which remained through out the centuries.

In the play, Hamlet's lover Ophelia turned mad and suicide in the end of play, which demonstrated the most pitiable relationship between lovers. The relationship between Hamlet and Ophelia had always been questioned by people, because the dramatically development of the relationship, yet none of...

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