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Hamlet the Prince of Denmark and the rightful heir to the thrown of his dead father should have been King of Denmark and would have been King but his Uncle married Hamlets mother before he could claim his place In the final act Hamlet kills his uncle to avenge the murder of his father but is poisoned and dies If Hamlet had not been poisoned survived the final act and took over the thrown then he would of been the perfect Machiavellian ruler Hamlet had all the attributes described by Niccolo Machiavelli to be a leader of Denmarks monarchy In Machiavellis famous document The Ruler the leader must show that he is a good man but when the time comes he must be prepared to act ruthless and conniving when ever he is too speak he must be constant in showing good faith kindness godliness and honesty he must be greatly loved by the people and the rulers actions must always appear to be honourable and for the good of the state Hamlet shows all of these attributes and therefore if he had lived past the fifth act he would have been one of the best King that Denmark ever had When ever Hamlet is in public he appears to be the most nobel and moral of men Hamlet shows how great of a guy he right off the bat when we first meet him in act one The scene takes place at the wedding of Hamlets Mother and Uncle who are entering into marriage right after the death of the King Even though the Queen is doing something as disgusting and unholy as to marry the brother of her dead husband when his corpse hasnt even become stiff Hamlet is able to keep his cool in front of everyone The Queen asks Hamlet something and he responds calmly to her I shall in my best to obey you madamI ii l120 This
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