Hamlet's Monologue In Hamlet

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Hamlet is one of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies, represents the highest achievement of Shakespeare drama. Hamlet, the tragic protagonist, who is the complexity of this drama is often an important topic that people talk about and research. In the play, Hamlet character is paranoid, indecisive and contradictory. In order to better grasp Hamlet's character traits, the monologues that reveal the inner activities is the most direct means of Shakespeare to shape typical kind of aesthetic effect. This article researches on the basis of Hamlet’s monologues to analyze the causes of tragic character of Hamlet.
William Shakespeare (1564-1616) is one of the world's most famous playwrights and poets. And Hamlet can be seen the highest achievement of his drama creation which tells the story that Danish prince Hamlet takes a revenge for his father. As a young prince who just get home for his father death, Hamlet has struck by the fact that his uncle Claudius is the murderer and the one who take away his country as well as her mother. Hamlet is determined to take up the responsibility of revenge and get back the throne. However, the story does not like the general heroic story which the hero wins the day and becomes the legend. Hamlet’s hesitation and cowardice lead to the tragedy at the end of the play. The struggle in his mind is well expressed
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(2008). A Modern Perspective of Hamlet’s Delay [J]. 读与写(教育教学刊).]. In Hamlet, Act I, scene II of Act II and Act III, there are long monologues of Hamlet. Through these monologues, we can go into the Denmark Prince's soul to understand what make him suffer in melancholy, bitterness and contradiction. We can even through the hero's monologue, sort out clues to his character development, which constitute an undercurrent to the whole plot

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