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The story of Hamlet depicts the flaws of human nature vs actions of man Hamlet did not use his intellect to decipher what made people do the things they do Shakespeare was well known for his manipulation of peoples thoughts and actions When the story opens on the funeral of Prince Hamlet father Hamlet We have the first sight of how confused Hamlet is by saying he has no sorrow of the death of his father In reality Hamlet does not wish for anyone to know how he is really feeling Hamlet only wants to find peace and equilibrium within himself Most people after the death of a family member tries to deal with the death by meeting with other family members and consoling each other Here is where Hamlet loses his balance mentally Hamlets mother has married her brother-in-law and therefore is living in sin according to the era in which this play was wrote This leaves Hamlet with no family member to console with thus he ends up having to deal with his fathers death in his own confused way The next misunderstanding comes when the ghost confronted the guard at the tower and they went and got the Prince The majority of the penple in the world would have neither ran away from the ghosts or would have passed them off as a delusion of grievous people Hamlet instead of ni sb2iteving Nent tc find ott what it as that the Ltards nsd seen Harriet on i shed to Lrd2rstand tghy the ghost caine to the quards instpad of him first cnd i this ghost was a In endi y host or an evi 1 one tiarn et a so ptndered on the questi on of why the guards did not do the normal reaction This question dIsturbed Hamlt and put hirn in a confused stats een nore When Ophelia approached Aamlet
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