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Revenge causes one to act blinding through anger rather than through reason It is a part of human nature that forces us to seek revenge against the person who has granted us with pain But following the principle of an eye for eye tooth for tooth is not intelligent way to pursue justice This is the same case in the play Hamlet written by Shakespeare in the 16--------th century In the play the two of the characters fathers are brutishly murdered The first murder character is the king Hamlet who is supposed to be revenged by his son prince Hamlet to king Claudius The second murder of Lord Polonius supposes to be revenge by his son Laertes Both Prince Hamlet and Laertes go to seek revenge for the death of their fathers The revenges lead to the death of the entire Royal family Also Fortinbras King of Norway was killed by King Hamlet slain by sword during the duel So Prince of Norway son of King Fortinbras seeks for revenge on Denmark of his fathers death Also revenge is improper and wrong way to punish someone for his fault Their acts of emotion lead to the downfall of two and the rise to power of one After the death of King Hamlet King Claudius married late Hamlets wife Queen Gertrude Prince Hamlet son of King Hamlet has a meeting with the ghost of his death father king Hamlet Ghost conveys to his son that his own brother Claudius has murdered him The serpent that did sting thy fathers life Now wears his crown I v 39-40 His fathers ghost informs Hamlet that he needs him to take revenge through the death of his brother Claudius The ghost also asks Hamlet to Let not the royal bed of the Denmark be A couch for luxury and damned incest But howsoever thou pursuest this actd Taint not thy mind
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