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HamletBy: Hojun.P

"...that ever I was born to set it right! nay. come, let's go together". (Shakespeare 1.5.210-211) shows Hamlet's fate.Ch3. Hamlet had chance to kill king without anyone notice king is dead, but he did not kill Claudius instead he left the king to stay in confession booth. It also can be fate of Hamlet.Ch2. Polonius tests to find out if Hamlet loves Ophelia



Ch.1 "So, uncle, there you are. Now to my word: It is 'Adieu, adieu! Remember me; I have Sworn't". (Shakespeare 1.5.115-117)Hamlet realized that Claudius did something to his father and he died. Ch4. Laertes came to take revenge on Hamlet because Hamlet killed Polonius, Laertes' father and Ophelia. Hamlet did not kill Ophelia but because Hamlet killed Ophelia's father, Ophelia killed herself.




Ch2. Assuming why Hamlet is act mad and making his friends to spying on Hamlet is not morally right thing to do.ch3. Morally killing someone is not acceptable in any society. Polonius killed the old Hamlet by putting poison in his ear and Hamlet killed Polonius because Polonius was trying to get guards and that might of harm Hamlet and his plan.ch5. Asking for a fight that could passibly become bloody is not morally right.

"I am thy father's spirit, Doom'd for a certain term to walk the night, and for the day confined to fast in fires, ill the foul crimes done in my days of nature are burnt and purged away. but I am forbid to tell the secrets of my prison-house, I could a tale unfold whose lightest word would harrow up thy soul, freeze thy young blood, make thy two eyes, like stars, start from thir spheres, thy knotted and combined locks to part". (Shakespeare 1.5.14-27)

Hamlet seeks redemption through take revenge on Claudius.Hamlet has a hard time finding redemption because he often thinks rather than act, and talks himself out of doing what wnats. when he does act, it is often rash and impulsive.Hamlet redeems himself when he ends Claudius' life and is forgiven for killing Polonius. His redemption costs him his life.


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