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Hamlet was a man that looked up to his father throughout his life during and after his fathers death The younger Hamlet tried to follow in his fathers footsteps but as much as they were alike they were very much different The man named Hamlet had a son named Hamlet and after everything was over that is one of the few things that they had in common Although they may exhibit some similar traits all fathers and sons are individuals They are or will become their own man This development is based on life experience which is never the same for any two people In the case of King and Prince Hamlet this is true Hamlet looked up to his father because he felt that he was a great leader and the bravest man that he knew as Hamlet mentioned in Act 1 Scene 11 Line 149 So excellent a king He wanted to be so much like him but couldnt because of a couple of barriers that he had to deal with He became a lot like his father in the end King Hamlet must have been a good father for his son to be so devoted and loyal to him It almost seems that the Prince made an idol of his father In Prince Hamlets first soliloquy he described his father as an excellent king a god-like figure and a loving husband It is strange that the Prince did not convey information about being a loving father It is left for us to infer that there must have been a special bond between father and son for the Prince to be so willing to carry out retribution against his fathers murderer Prince Hamlet changed after the death of his father He is grief stricken certainly but also he pretends to be getting increasingly insane to divert suspicion from his real purpose of avenging his fathers death by killing his murderous uncle He appears
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