“ The True Mind can Weather all the Lies and Illusions without Getting Lost” The Comparison of Protagonist’s Perceptive of Life and Change.
The level of consciousness of humanity can best be divided into two components, the enlightened and the unenlightened, those who are enlightened understand how to cease suffering and therefore end it to find bliss. The unenlightened do not comprehend how to can escape misery and are therefore doomed to frustration. The clarification on a new age of awareness is apparent in Shakespeare’s heart-rending Hamlet and similarly with Yann Martel courageous narrative Life of Pi, both protagonists have intertwined…show more content… With the overall powerful and God like perspective of his father, Hamlet develops the idealistic understanding that a king should to be loyal and morally in the right. “ so excellent a king: that was, to this Hyperion to a satyr, so loving to my mother.. of impious stubbornness tis unmanly grief.” ( Ham, 1:2:60) “O most wicked speed, to post/ With such dexterity to incestuous sheets!/ It is not nor it cannot come to good/ But break my heart, for I must hold my tongue” Comment1: Thereby, Hamlet represents his innocence and overall admiring his behaviour by comparing his father to the gods, saying that his father was like the “ Hyperion” the sun god, the symbolizes is god like he admired his father as a young child would admire any parents, not looking at their faults or his mistakes, being oblivious to the situations that he went through. Hamlet truly projects his young innocent nature by only seeing the good in people, but in this case only seeing the good in this father stating that he was a pure “ excellent king” further process that he only choose to see or appear his father in one point of view. As for Claudius also stating that Hamlet is also just but a child as he is handling the grief as child like and how he should be more manly in how he handles the situation. Hamlet’s admiration for his father is clear. Hamlet believes that he is irreplaceable. Ironic comment because he will meet his father again.
Point2: Henceforth, with Hamlet represents his youthful