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Ay sir to be honest as this world goes is to be one man picked out of ten thousand said Hamlet IIII177 Deceit misleading information and spying on others which are some of the major themes of the play can lead to a persons death purposely or accidentally The misleading and deceitful instances in the play are in some way responsible for Hamlets death Claudius misleads Hamlet when he shipped him off to England under the excuse of a retreat and when he realizes that the new king has lied to not only him but the people of Denmark about the death of the former king Hamlets deceit comes from his mother believing that she has betrayed his fathers love by not mourning for long enough after his death and by marrying Claudius Spying also causes problems for Hamlet down the line since it leads to the killing of Polonius which was the cause for everyone elses death Misleading instances in the play occur frequently The moment when the ghost tells Hamlet that his death was not accidental and that he was poisoned by Claudius is what starts the lies and murder in the play Until the night of the play that Hamlet made Mouse trap Hamlet still doubted what the ghost of his father told him of his murder As soon as the king reacts strangely to the play Hamlet is sure that Clauduis was deceiving him and the whole country about Old Hamlets death It is also seems that Hamlet is out to mislead the people of Denmark by putting on a false face his antic disposition that allow him to act without letting anything else happen to him He is able to appear mad when it is convenient and best for him which allowes him not to raise any suspicion about him as he said As I perchance hereafter shall think meet to put on an antic disposition on IV
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