Hamlet By William Shakespeare 's Hamlet

844 WordsJan 10, 20164 Pages
There are many different schemes in “Hamlet”, for example, Prince Hamlet to King Claudius and King Claudius against Prince Hamlet; these two schemes also contain the same similarities with one another. The first scheme in “Hamlet” is Prince Hamlet to King Claudius to revenge his father and to find out if Claudius is guilty to prove that Hamlet uses a play to testify his theory. The ghost of late King Hamlet came to Hamlet to inform him that Claudius had murdered him and demands Hamlet to execute him. Now Hamlet is planning to avenge his deceased father by killing King Claudius, but does not know if he has committed the crime or not. Thus having Prince Hamlet to change the scene in a play and have the actors play out late King Hamlet’s death called “The Mousetrap”. “‘Give me some light’ ‘Away!”’ (Shakespeare, pg 153, line 295). For example, this quote justifies that King Claudius had to do something with late King Hamlet’s death, because after the play Claudius cried for the lights to be turned on and then stormed out of the room. Hamlet knew Claudius was guilty by his sudden conscience outburst. By now, Hamlet is on a full rage to proceed with his actions of avenging his father’s passing. Later on throughout the novel, Hamlet achieves his promise to his deceased father by slashing Claudius’s across the neck and had him forced to drink the poison cup. Finally, the first scheme was Hamlet to King Claudius because Hamlet needed to find out if Claudius was guilty for
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