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Since the dawn of man evil has lurked the world Whenever evil dominates good and disturbs the balance between the two the universe becomes a like a wounded animal caught in a poachers trap it will do anything to break free even gnaw its own leg off The universe continuously strives to rid itself of wrong doings but to do so is near impossible In Shakespeares Hamlet evil has erupted in Denmark and is in need to have the two balanced once again In the struggle to restore Denmark to its state of righteousness it will undergo desperate measures to obtain this even sacrificing numerous lives One death that needed to of happened was the death of King Hamlets brother Claudius the root of evil in Elsinore The ghost of King Hamlet makes his appearance in this play to serve as figure of justice He notifies his son Prince Hamlet that he has been murdered and not accidentally killed he states Wouldst thou not stir in this Now Hamlet hear Tis given out that sleeping in my orchard A serpent stung me So the whole ear of Denmark Is by a forged process of my death Rankly abused But know thou noble youth The serpent that did sting thy fathers life Now wears his crown 1541-47 This murderous act performed by Claudius has up set the balance of good and evil This sends Denmark into a state of chaos The universe seeks to rid Claudius from this world and hires Hamlet to do its bidding Hamlet disgusted by Claudius swears to the ghost he will avenge his death Throughout the play Claudius has deceived everyone and uses others to get what he wants He can be accounted for numerous evil acts He hires two of Hamlets good friends Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to spy on Hamlet and find out the reason behind his madness In the end this only comes back to
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