Though Hamlet certainly seems mad, he does not seem to love Ophelia. Instead, he orders her to enter a nunnery and declares that he wishes to ban marriages. A group of traveling actors comes to Elsinore, and Hamlet decides to test his uncle’s guilt by having the players perform a scene closely resembling his uncle murdering his father. If Claudius is guilty, he will surely react. When the moment of the murder arrives in the theater,
Hamlet Analysis “Such an act that blurs the grace and blush of modesty, calls virtue hypocrite, takes off the rose from the fair forehead of an innocent love and sets a blister there, makes marriage vows as false as dicers’ oaths—O, such a deed…”. (III, iv, 47-52) In the argument between Hamlet and his mother, Hamlet was in the process of exposing her for who she is. He soon sees the Ghost of his father, and Gertrude believes he has descended into madness. The closet scene in which Polonius is brutally murdered is, due to the turn of events that happen following it, is the climax of the story. It serves as the overall catalyst for the exile of Hamlet, the fencing match between him and Laertes, and the sudden string of deaths.
The man from Snowy River film opens with Jim Craig and his father Henry discussing their finances. A herd of wild horses called The Mob passes by, and Henry wants to shoot the black stallion leader - but Jim convinces his father to capture and sell them. The next morning the mob reappears and Henry is accidentally killed in a stampede. Before Jim can inherit the station, a group of mountain men tell him that he must first earn the right – and to do so he must go to the lowlands and work. Jim meets an old friend called Spur - a one-legged miner.
One day, Dunstan Cass (the son of Raveloe’s biggest landowner), has to sell a horse to pay back his debt to his brother (Godfrey). While riding the horse, the horse falls exactly on a rod and the horse dies. Not knowing how to repay his brother, he decides to go to Silas’s cottage and searches for his hidden gold. After he found it, he robs Silas from his gold. Silas finds out he has been robbed, and goes to the village inn to find the officer.
Laertes wants to avenge the death of his father by killing Hamlet. The royal family is chaotic and disrupted. The final scene of Laertes and Hamlet's fight, and then finally the death of most characters, this is a scene of Chaos. Then compare this to One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. In almost every sense, everything is ordered.
The story of Antigone is detailed and known by many. The story tells of two brothers who inherit a kingdom, squabble over power, and end up dead. The city is left to their Uncle Creon, who loses everything dearest to him in his efforts to give unequal burial rights to Polynices, one of the fallen brothers, who brought outsiders to attack the city on his behalf. Antigone, the boys’ sister wants an equal burial for both, but Creon will not allow it. This is where things turn miserable for Creon.
Macbeth responds, in brief, as a loyal thane to the Scottish king, but the prospect unnerves him. * The audience could see Macbeth’s ambition leading him to cursed thoughts which has been greatly *enforced and twisted* by the* malicious* witches. *The caution from the first apparition causes Macbeth to start a bloody massacre across England, killing families of people who may threaten his position. After this point in the play, we see *that *Macbeth* has* turn*ed* into a ruthless tyrant* in the hope of avoiding fate*, so desensitized to humanity that even the suicide of his wife *could not arouse grief from him. * All he could muster was* “She should have died hereafter”.
Later Hamlet is confronting his Mother and hears someone behind a curtain in her room: with believing it is Claudius, Hamlet stabs the man hiding behind the curtain. That man turned out to be Polonius. Hamlet gets sent to England to be killed for all the madness he has stirred up lately. Escorted by Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, Hamlets switches the letters carried by them to (instead of him) have them killed. With the learning’s of her father’s death, Ophelia goes mad and drowns herself.
The ghost tells Hamlet that he was killed by Hamlets uncle: “Ay, that incestous, that aldulterate beast, with witchcraft of his wit, with traitorous gifts.” (I.V.43-80). This causes Hamlet to investigate Claudius, trying to find guilt in his face, as well as leading to his hatred towards Claudius. Another betrayal is one that most people would never expects. Hamlets two best friends who he has known since childhood betray him. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern become spies for Claudius telling him about Hamlet while pretending to be his friends after being offered payment: “ If it please you to show us so much gentry and good will, as to expend your time with us a while for the supply and profit of our hope.”(II.II.19-25).
On October 18th of 1777, during the Revolutionary War, in New York, the soldiers of a Rufford Patriot division are sent to Webb’s Fort to search for the British enemies and destroy them. When they arrive in the village, they find the dead, mutilated corpse of their friend, killed by Loyalists. When the Patriots see them, they run mad and want to make them pay for their friend’s death. They murder old men and rape women and children. Then, they return to their hometown and leave behind them nothing but dead people… or so they thought.