1.2.184-185. Hamlet is extremely displeased as he must now call his uncle, stepfather/King due to their ill conceived union...’you have deeply offended your father’ [she means Claudius] 3.4.9. Hamlet felt anger and resentment towards his mother who has not only betrayed him but also his father's memory in marrying a man inferior to his father. A man who he believed could not walk near his father’s footsteps ‘...To give the world a model man. This was your husband....what follows.
Ophelia drowned in the river, which causes Laertes to ﬂee the room, overcome with grief. With the deaths of his only beloved family members, Laertes is in a rage and is overcome with grief and tragedy. Now that he knows Hamlet killed his father, he also blames Hamlet for driving Ophelia insane, which leads her to her death. So, he is probably on a bloody rampage, wanting to kill Hamlet in an instant. Everyone pities Laertes as his father and sister die; however Claudius uses this as an advantage to have Laertes kill Hamlet.
He then blames two guards for the deed and becomes king of Scotland. Throughout the course of this play, Macbeth murders his best friend, Banquo, Macduffs entire family, and plots to kill more so he may keep his title. He becomes crazy with power and rants about the witches’ predictions daily. He becomes, in his eyes, immortal. On the other hand, his wife becomes so guilty for their deed she begins to sleepwalk and talk of their crime in the night.
In a letter, she accuses three of them to have raped and killed her. The letter is found by Hannah Trevor, who decides to investigate because Daniel Josselyn, the father of her illegitimate daughter is one of the three men accused. Everything seems to prove his guiltiness, since the marks on Anthea’s neck match the imprint of his three-fingered hand. Another murder happens and Daniel is accused again, because the victim was killed with his sword. The murderer is actually William Quaid, who killed the man because he knew too much about Anthea’s plans.
Hamlet struggles with himself, he begins to act strangely. Just look at the scene with himself and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, he acts strangely, he disrupts normal life in the palace, he too brings chaos to Ophelia's life too. She apparently loses her mind and ends her life with suicide. Polonius is killed. Laertes wants to avenge the death of his father by killing Hamlet.
He only obtained the throne after killing his brother and marrying his brother’s widow. King Claudius appears to the audience as a civil, diplomatic ruler and it is only until the ghost first appears to Hamlet that is revealed he killed his brother with poison. The betrayal of his mother marrying King Claudius within a month after his King Hamlet’s death leaves Prince Hamlet feeling angry, bitter and revengeful towards his mother. Also the fact that she married her brother-in-law was considered to be incestuous and sinful in that era. When Prince Hamlet hires travelling actors to perform an act to the King Claudius and Queen Gertrude, they notice the plot to be similar to the murder of King Hamlet.
Examine the treatment of women in both chronicles of a death foretold and the Stranger Women are crucial characters in both Chronicles of a Death Foretold and the Stranger. In chronicles of a death foretold, Angela viicario holds the fate of santiagor Nasaer They are portrayed as symbols of fate. They are the reason as to why the Protagoniststs of both books: Santiago Nasar and Meursult end up dead at the end of the book. Santiago Nasar is killed by the Vicario Brothers so as to restore their sisters honor back to the family. Angela Vicario dishonors her family by marrying another man when she had already slept with another man.
The ghost informed Hamlet that he had been killed by Sir King Claudius and that Claudius was, in fact, Hamlet's uncle. From there, the ghost only asked for one thing and one thing only, and all the deceased king requested was revenge from his son. Taking in all this information, wanting to avenge his father's death, and wanting to do as his father asks causes Hamlet to do many crazy things, including pretending to have lost his sanity. This causes many deaths in the story during Hamlet's journey to revenge. One of which was Polonious, who was stabbed by Hamlet during Hamlets rant to his mother.
This is apparent through the appearance of his father. The apparition claims that “I am thy [Hamlet’s] father’s spirit” (I.v.14). This shows that the king’s physical body is dead but not his soul. But the king admits that he had done some bad things in his life therefore he is “doomed for a certain term to walk the night” (I.v.15). As hamlet figures it out that the husband of his mother is a murderer—Uncle Claudius—he realizes that his mother is at fault.
This can be compared to Hamlet when the distrust between Hamlet and his mother occurred intentionally. Hamlet feels as though his mother Gertrude has forgotten his father who has passed away when she remarries her former husbands brother. This corruption of trust is seen as the foundation that unveils the several layers of events in which lead to the tragedy of the murder of a whole royal family. Similar to Hamlet, the suicide of hamlet occurs from the