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Hamlet is one of the best plays that Shakespeare has written It may be called a master piece of artistic creation In each of the plays the four tragedies the hero is transformed into something he had not been at the beginning of the play So in Hamlets character there is something which wasnt there before There is a visibly positive change in Hamlet when he dies Some of the reasons that Hamlet seems to be a better are that he has accepts his fate towards the end doesnt delay any longer and admits that he had loved all the people around him In the beginning Hamlet is characterized as a meek person who loses all his hopes Before knowing about his fathers death he doesnt want to live anymore And he even thinks about suicide and death as he says O that this too too sullied flesh would melt Thaw and resolve itself into a dew Or that the Everlasting had not fixd His canon gainst self-slaughter O God O God How weary stale flat and profitable Seem to me all the uses of this world But towards the end Hamlet realizes that everything is subservient to fate and that nobody can do anything if that thing isnt in his or her fate Like he says There is special providence In the fall of a sparrow If it be now tis not to Come if it be not to come it will be now if it be not Now yet it will come This is the final confirmation of the positive change in Hamlet Now he realizes that death itself will come at an appointed time and not before At this point Hamlet has taken a spiritual and moral turn he understands that man is limited in his knowledge and nothing happens unless its appropriate Also after escaping Claudiuss plot against his life he seems to have a renewed faith in divine
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