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Prince Hamlets Turmoil Hamlet is but a mere distraught son of murdered king and the queen of Denmark whom has been filled with the turmoil brought upon him by the appearance of his late fathers ghost in the Shakespeares The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark His obsession and continued disturbance by the thoughts of his mother having entered a hasty marriage with his fathers own murderer leaves him in a state of pure agony and distress in which he throughout the play lets lead him to his final destiny his own dramatic and by no better definition than that used to describe his mothers marriage hasty death Till death do us part In the passage during Act III in scene iv we finally hear in Hamlets own pained words what sins he feels his mother has committed Such an act that blurs the grace and blush of modesty Hamlet begins his thoughts Riverside pp 1215 It is clear that by just the first three words that Hamlet feels that his mother Gertrude has done something deceitful The act in which Hamlet describes is never truly spelled out to the audiencereader Yet we can decipher just from the first three words that he feels disgusted by this act Hamlets anger and disgust is so intense that he cannot come to terms with accepting what it is and therefore he cannot say what he accuses Gertrude of having done Instead Hamlet calls the act in which has been committed against his father King Hamlet as such and then continues by giving us his feelings describing them is disguise within his own pained words in lines 40-51 in The Riverside Shakespeare Hamlet Such an act That blurs the grace and blush of modesty Calls virtue hypocrite takes off the rose From the fair forehead of an innocent love And
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