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Exploring The Role Of Vengeance In Shakespeare's Hamlet

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In the play, the reference of revenge keeps the audience involved. Hamlet’s role in the play is a crazy and depressed character. He has no care for his words or actions and talks to himself and seen as a delusional person. The audience are aware that he is keeping his true feelings inside of him and to take out his revenge on his uncle Claudius. During the literature, Hamlet depicts as a person who is shown to have his good actions gone. This dialogue, it is noticeable how that Hamlet develops such a deep understanding of how to act upon his plan for revenge. In addition, Hamlet demonstratrates a strong rage towards his mother (Gertrude) and his uncle (Claudius), and everyone else. “Hamlet Rightly to be great…” (Act four, scene 4, 54-59).

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