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All the worlds a stage and all the men and women merely players they have their exits and their entrances and one man in his time plays many parts his acts being seven agesWilliam Shakespeare This quote says a lot about the way that William Shakespeare thinks about the world and in our world there is adventure and excitement But sometimes people slip into the fantasy world of books and find the mysteries and adventures hidden within it The Maze Runner and Hamlet have similar themes and ideas They both are bound together by the fear or thirst for death in Hamlet its the thirst for blood of his unclestep farther and in The Maze Runner it is the adrenaline of staying alive and the thirst to kill the people who put them into the maze in the first place In both of the books characters are influenced by the wrong people if its not your dead fathers ghost that has come back from the dead to inform you of how he died thenits your girlfriend that you hardly know but will do anything for even if it means to kill the man sitting in front of you Both of the Protagonists in the two books are killing or getting killed for perfect contentment both of the protagonist are fed up with their lives and find cloud nine The books have a commune goals where the protagonist are looking for the greater good but just get stoke on the ground when we know that they were meant to fly A single death can cause a whole country to fall apart a murder can drive someone to insanity and an eye for an eye can bring the strongest people to their knees In both of the books death has been a major role player and a plot setter death has enhanced the reader attention to the max and had them begging to reads the next
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