Fortinbras father was killed in battle fighting with King Hamlet, and lost the land that Denmark had gained. Hours later, Ophelia is found in a pond after she committed suicide. As the play begins, Hamlet is in a grieving period over the death of his father. The ghost of his father appears one night and explains that he was killed by his brother, Claudius, but getting poison poured in his ear. The revenge thought is killing Hamlet inside. He returns to Elsinore threatening to overthrow Claudius if he does not explain the death of Polonius.
Thus begins his descent to madness. Revenge of Hamlet Hamlet of Shakespeare is one of the famous play in the word. She realizes the world of assassins is no place for a mother and makes the decision to leave the team and leave Bill. In the acts that follow, Hamlet constantly, almost obsessively ponders revenge, allowing it to eat at his insides and torment his soul. It is based on the principle of an eye for an eye, butthis principle is not always an intelligent theory to live by. Hamlet delays killing Claudius for a long time after the ghost appears.
Revenge creates anger and compels a man to take actions without considering any logic. Norway has been like a tributary state to Denmark ever since the battle of the two late Kings. From here on the only thing on Hamlets mind is how he is going to kill Claudius, but other things such as his battle with Laertes gets in the way. However, his subsequent actions do not live up to these resolutions. Hamlet is introduced in the beginning of the play is prince of Denmark. The thought of revenge devours Hamlet 's mind which causes him to prolong this doing until he was almost gone himself. Young Hamlet lost his father from what at first he thought was natural causes, however, he is later told otherwise.
He was a strong-willed young man whom studied over seas, was protective of Ophelia, loved his family, and kept his loyalty to King Hamlet and then to King Claudius. Revenge is shown as a chain reaction by Shakespeare that all starts with a stealthy blueprint. Their lack of thought behind their plans not only eventually killed them, but Laertes lack of thought also killed his partner in the conspiracy to kill Hamlet, King Claudius, which realized Hamlet s revenge. Rather than Hamlet quickly taking action he uses his words and wit to get down to the truth. The revenge thought is killing Hamlet inside. Young Fortinbras has built an army to get back the lands his father lost to King Hamlet and Denmark. Even though they all contrasted for the most part, they all did have one thing in common: secretive plans to entrap one of their rivals.
However, they had not thought that something could have gone desperately wrong with their plan. Revenge is a concept introduced into the play from the very start when the Ghost appears and speaks with Hamlet. He had the players put on a play very similar to his fathers death to see what his reaction would be. Hours later, Ophelia is found in a pond after she committed suicide. Human instincts turn to revenge when loved ones are hurt.
The only way to keep his fathers name around in Fortinbras mind is to avenge Hamlet by taking the land from him. Revenge can be interpreted as a separate character in Hamlet. Frankenstein does not offer that same message, however. It is a horrible trait for one to posses; it triggers many different emotions, which causes one to act blindly. After the Greeks came Seneca who was very influential to all Elizabethan tragedy writers.
This quote is highly significant throughout the duration of Hamlet, as it portrays almost precisely, both the plotline of the story, as well as the conclusion. Before Hamlet is finally able to put an end to this crazy plan to avenge his uncle, he is poisoned by Laertes sword during their duel. Because Laertes did not think clearly when fashioning his plan with Claudius, it brought about his downfall and death. Young Fortinbras was deeply enraged by the death of his father, and hewanted revenge against Denmark because of this occurrence. As Kenneth Muir states, 'He Hamlet is profoundly shocked by Gertrude's marriage to his uncle in less than two months aft. Secondly, Fortinbras is convinced he needs to take action to gain back the land that his father lost in the battle he was killed in with King Hamlet. But Hamlet keeps stalling at every chance he gets to avenge Claudius, in the end just causing more of a catastrophe.
Young Fortinbras's motive is to regain the land that his father has lost to Hamlet's, now deceased, father. When Claudius tells Laertes that Hamlet was responsible for his father's death, he decides to kill Hamlet to avenge the death of his father. Hamlet lets Queen Gertrude know that his act was not the only despicable thing. All of the three eldest sons had one thing in common. I had been accustomed, during the night, to steal a part of their store for my own consumption; but when I found that in doing this I inflicted pain on the cottagers, I abstained, and satisfied myself with berries, nuts, and roots, which I gathered from a neighbouring wood.