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Hamlets Transformation from Good to Evil In the play Hamlet by Shakespeare Hamlet endures exorbitant amount of pain and anger because of his fathers death his mothers hasty remarriage and the loss of his only love Ophelia The losses that Hamlet has to deal with the anger and lack of forgiveness that he allows to build within himself allows Hamlets true thoughts and character to be revealed through his soliloquies which are reviewed and discussed throughout this essay In his first soliloquy Hamlet reveals his wishes that he could just melt away and be no more with death comes relief from this world but he beliefs that suicide is immoral and that the whole business of the world is useless and unprofitable Hamlet reflects on the greatness of his father and how the leadership went from a noble and glorious King to a atrocious man that does not desire in any way to serve the country or its people but thrives the power and extravagance that is provided by being King Hamlet also shows his anger and disbelief with women in general Frailty thy name is women and towards his mother with her hasty marriage to Clauduis Hamlet now becomes informed that his uncle Clauduis has killed the King Hamlets beloved father from a ghost his fathers ghost The ghost requests that Hamlet pay revenge to the evil murderer Clauduis Hamlet is to kill Clauduis to avenge his fathers death Too commit a murder of his own to get his now innocent hands full of his Uncles blood all in the name of revenge Hamlet is now developing into a cunning deceitful person He is now devising a plan to exploit Clauduis for his crime the re-enactment of his fathers murder Also Hamlet questioning his ability to avenge his fathers death he wonders if he too much of a coward Hamlet admits that he does lack gull a character trait that
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