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Hamlet Changes In the Shakespearean play HAMLET a tragic murder within the family induces a variety of changes within the character Hamlet The changes that occur in Hamlet range from being subtle to quite vividly open I believe that the most interesting change within Hamlet that takes place is the change in his anger Hamlet transforms from a peaceful remorsing son to a murderous beast full of hateful vengeance As Hamlets rage is released toward other characters in the play such as Claudius and his mother his mind becomes increasingly diluted His anger takes over him and begins to influence his actions and decisions Hamlet is introduced as a peaceful well-mannered individual who is only mourning the loss of his father the late king Hamlet appears well spoken with a dash of mild pessimism He is however contemplating suicide already in the second scene Or that the everlasting had not fixed his canon gainst self-slaughter 196131 His depression becomes a key element in the fuel for his rage later on Hamlets already thin disposition however rapidly changes when he learns of his fathers ill-natured demise As Hamlet receives the truth about his fathers death he is in complete shock First of all he is speaking to his deceased father who is explaining to him how he was murdered When Hamlet becomes aware of the fact that his very own uncle was the murderer the gasoline is lit upon the bonfire within him Hamlet had previous suspicions of his fathers death and is already upset with his mother for remarrying so quickly that news like this could only push him over the lines of sanity Therefore he eagerly accepts his fathers request for revenge Now Hamlet changes dramatically in that he has a motive and his anger begins to spill out remarkably after the ghost of his father disappears And thy commandment all alone shall live within the book and volume of my brainO most
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