Young Fortinbras did this through asserting himself and his military to action, and invading the then troubled Denmark. Despite Hamlet’s passive contemplation, he too avenged his father’s murder by stabbing Claudius and forcing him to gulp down a glass of poisoned wine. Both Young Hamlet and Young Fortinbras sought vengeance for their fathers’ untimely deaths, but had contrasting motives and completely opposite plans of action. Fortinbras' father, King of Norway, was killed during battle for control of “a little patch of ground”(4.4, 19). Fortinbras’ uncle claims the throne of Norway just as Claudius took the throne in Denmark, and linked the common destiny between Young Fortinbras and Hamlet in their attempt for vengeance of their fathers’ deaths.
It is rumored that Claudius poisoned his older brother because the jealousy and hunger for power. In outrage of the murder many loyal people of Denmark took the street of Denmark in a massive wave of riots which resulted in violence and controversy. The body was found by one of the king’s closest servants, Gentlemen of the Bedchamber, who was on his way to inform King Hamlet that dinner was served.
The devil, or the evil spirits, take up many disguises, one of which is through Lady Macbeth. Our tragic hero does not realize that every murder will come back to haunt him. We begin to see the slippery slope Macbeth slides down as he promptly kills his best friend, Banquo, and attempts to murder Banquo’s only child, Fleance, without any outside influences. He was content killing his closest ally because he worries about the witches prophecy that “the seeds of Banquo’s kings, rather than so, come fate into the list, and champion me to the utterance…” (III.I.70-73). Even when you believe Macbeth cannot be any worse he slaughters Macduff’s entire family when he hears Macduff has fled to England; he said that he would “give to the edge o’the sword his wife, babes, and all unfortunate souls that trace him in his line”.
And the last similarity, though not in exact description, is Amleth/Hamlet killing his uncle, the king. Now that you know the similarities, let’s move on to the differences. The first difference between the two stories is that in Hamlet, Hamlet sees the ghost of his dead father, and tells Hamlet that his uncle, who is now king, was the one who killed him. He also orders him to seek the revenge of his murder and to kill his uncle. Hamlet obviously agrees to this and sets out to follow the ghost’s demands.
This album however is not just about their grandmother, but is also a continuation to the story that occured in the first album. At the end of their first album the couple had been killed by a hail of gunfire, but in this album the man who really had died meets the devil who tells him the women is still alive. The devil then makes a deal with him that if he can kill one thousand evil men he will be with his girlfriend again. This storyline occurs throughout the album until the last song, "I Never Told You What I Do For a Living", which tells of how even though he tried to complete the task and had killed many people, he was unable to do so, as is evident in the lyrics " I tried. One more night.
Varg Vikernes recorded the first four Burzum albums between January 1992 and March 1993 at the Grieg Hall in Bergen. However, the releases were spread out, with many months between the recording and the release of each album. During this time, Vikernes became a part of the early Norwegian black metal scene and befriended Mayhem guitarist Euronymous. He also took part in burning down four churches, along with other members of the scene. In August 1993, Vikernes stabbed Euronymous to death outside his apartment in Oslo.
Macbeth Beware of Macduff! Beware the thane of Fife. Dismiss me. Enough.” Act 1, Sc 4, 77) He then sent more murderers to kill Macduff; however Macduff was not there, so the murderers killed his entire family. The witches and Lady Macbeth made Macbeth lose his sanity.
They say a hero can be found anywhere at any time than you know he’s true, for one person who knows that the honor to fight for the king because it is what they owe to him for helping their father. The beast is no more he has been defeated by a warrior with no sense of similarities to another warrior. I couldn’t help but notice that the king needed help because he was struggling with the beast Grendel; so I decided to offer my life to help defeat him. The beast was just continuing to bother the king Hrothgar and destroying the castle, he came upon me and I just knew I had to leave my homeland to go to his. So here’s the truth behind what happened.
Macbeth had reason to be afraid of Macduff, so he sent men to kill Macduff’s wife and children. This showed how evil he had become. When Macbeth became king, he showed how desperate he was by planting spies in the nobles’ houses and putting out lies about Malcolm, who should have legally been on the throne. Even when he heard that his wife had died, Macbeth’s response
If we look closer to the story of Oedipus, we learn from not one, but three oracles that Oedipus was destined to kill his father and lay with his mother; to the oracles, this was the will of the gods. When Oedipus tries to escape his fate, he instead runs straight into the path the gods set for him. Then, being ignorant and not thinking before he speaks, he sets his own destiny of exile and hardship while charging the late King Liaus’ murderer before finding him. So, many could say Oedipus set his own path. Or that whether he tried to escape it or not, he had a set path ahead of him that he was meant to take.