Hamlet’s first soliloquy in Act 1 Scene 2 reveals important key thoughts Hamlet holds for related characters. The purpose for this soliloquy is to inform the audience of Hamlet’s true feelings about his family and life, which provides the audience with a deeper understanding and meaning of the future choices chosen throughout the play. One of the more intriguing truths revealed by Hamlet is the disgust he holds for his mother’s new relationship and her little acknowledgment of her husband's death
and it is one of the greatest literatures in the world. The play dramatises the revenge of Prince Hamlet to wreck upon his uncle, King Claudius. He killed the previous king of Denmark (Hamlet’s father) and subsequently seized the throne, and married with the Queen
with the appearance of the ghost of Hamlet's father, from early on in the play, Hamlet and others are forced to question their grasp on reality, as well as their own possibility for believing in the existence of the Supernatural. And yet, Hamlet is not alone in his apparent struggle with insanity. Hamlet’s love-interest Ophelia too, suffers from a particular kind of madness after her father is murdered and it gets reinforced by Hamlet’s rejection and betrayal.
it was this way when it might have been otherwise." This contrasts with the pagan tragic hero, like Oedipus, who is bound by fate. Because Oedipus can do nothing about his ancestry, the audience's response is, "What a pity it had to happen this way." 1 Just as Macbeth's tragedy begins when he
TEXT INTERPRETATION AND ANALYSIS The purpose of Text Interpretation and Analysis is a literary and linguistic commentary in which the reader explains what the text reveals under close examination. Any literary work is unique. It is created by the author in accordance with his vision and is permeated with his idea of the world. The reader’s interpretation is also highly individual and depends to a great extent on his knowledge and personal experience. That’s why one cannot lay down a fixed “model”