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In the pay Hamlet the main character is a man who wants revenge He wants it so bad that he becomes obsessed with the idea until it ultimately kills himInsanity has been defined in many different ways but essentially its a state in the thoughts and emotions of a person restrict his or her reasoning proper judgement Hamlet lets the fact that his uncle killed his father rule his actions for most of the play He cant think of anything else Also seeing something like the ghost of his dead father and then having it tell him that his uncle murdered him must have thrown off his reasoning He goes partially insane after he takes in all the information that his father has given him Not only because he finds out that his father was murdered but also because it comes from deceased king Hamlet himselfHamlet can be classified as partially insane because of his actions He seems to be composed when he thinks up the idea of the play to show the king to try to get him to crack But when he talks to Horatio and Marcellus is sporadic and disheveled He id also a little off when he talks to Polonius in act II scene 2 Poloniusdo you know me my lord Hamletexcellent well You are a fish monger he shows his sanity at some points and his madness at othersWhen Hamlet says that he is Mad north by northwest he means that he is only partially mad and he still has the control enough to see that and be able to admit it He can see that hes going over the edge but he can hide it just enough to keep his father an polonius from locking him up His mental heath is slowly deteriorating while he still tries to exact revenge on the kingHamlet is driven insane by a lot of things that happen to him His father dying his
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