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Revenge can corrupt; revenge can turn a good heart into pure evil. It changes your personality, it corrupts the mind, it makes you blind, all revenge does hurt you and others, and nothing good comes from revenge. It makes you evil and before you know it has changed you into the person you vowed never to become, it kills your soul until there is nothing left but a soul full of hate and evil. One character that knows revenge the best and knows how it can destroy your life is Hamlet, his soul is gone and there is nothing but hate left in his life, he has truly lost everything and everyone.
Hamlet is basically on a warpath to find out who killed his father, and he doesn’t hold back, he does ...view middle of the document...

Hamlet is so confused and taken back by the sight of his father’s ghost. He doesn’t know what to believe if it is real or not. He is unsure of how to react to seeing his dead father. His intellect and he intelligence tells him that this cant be real or even remotely possible, however his emotional side tell him it is real and should believe it happened. However, his stifles and his emotions tell him otherwise, this is where his indecisiveness comes into play, he never can decide on anything. To help him decide if the Ghost of his father was real and if it was true that his uncle killed his father, Hamlet plans a play where he gets actors re-enact out the king's murder and from their he decides to there was foul play and he believes his uncle killed his dad to become king and so he good marry his mother.
Although Hamlet appears to be sane and in control of his mind, his logic slowly begins to unravel scene by scene and eventually loses control of himself. He is like a blood-soaked bandage, because situation after situation revealing Hamlet's emotions and feeling. When Hamlet says the famous lines of the story " To be, or not to be: that is the question, or to take arms against a sea of troubles “ He is considering to commit suicide and wishing that Lord had not made suicide a sin and you wouldn’t go to hell. Hamlet's anxiety, indecisiveness, and his angry cause him to doubt the power of reason to solve his problems, he his losing the ability to...

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