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That drop of blood that calm proclaims me bastard 4 5 130-131 Since the beginning Hamlet Laertes and Fortinbras had been proclaimed bastard by the deaths of their father by anothers hand Experiencing the same pain of the loss of their fathers each of them wished to seek the recompense of it with the blood of those who murdered their fathers With the experience came a driving force that would overpower their own will A relationship of holding a vendetta would be one of the many similarities as so they would also share many differences Let come what comes only Ill be revenged Most throughly for my father 4 5 153-154 Imposing madness forced upon Laertes lured him into a path that has lead him astray from the life of happiness and bliss he had known The death of his father has imposed an insanity unlike and he has yet to know about The insanity that Laertes is experiencing here is much like the insanity Hamlet has been feeling and experiencing through out the entire tragedy At this point both Hamlet and Laertes were so similar in there insanity Such similarities like a strong hatred toward King Claudius and an overwhelming need to avenge the deaths of their dear fathers O from this time forth My thoughts be bloody or be nothing worth 4 4 68-69 Upon Hamlet meeting his foil Fortinbras he had found himself within another person that held nearly the same driving forces Hamlet had found someone that had lost his father and was willing to sacrifice his own life for that cause alone But unlike Hamlet Fortinbras was unwilling to wait for a Claudius to be in a position that would damn Claudius forever Fortinbras was assembling his forces while Hamlet was waiting for Claudius to be in a compromisable situation to curse his soul to hell forever With this Hamlet had found himself that he was being
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