All three men try to take revenge for fathers murdered, but each are delayed in doing so, and each regret the act after: Fortinbras takes political action to avenge his father's death.He tries to be a man of action, but he is called back by his uncle, the sick king of Norway. In the end, when he reaches Denmark all are dead, and though his invasion is bloodless, he never really enacts personal revenge.In the s Hamlet's Tragic Flaw Shakespeare s Hamlet is a play written to make the reader or director think for himself and create what he thinks to be Hamlets tragic flaw come alive.
was already killed by Claudius, so Fortinbras decides to wage war on the entire state of Denmark.
He tries to be a man of action, but he is called back by his uncle,...
Marcellus joins Hamlet Act IV, Scene vii: Claudius convinces Laertes that he is innocent in Laertes' father's death and that Hamlet is to blame.
A messenger enters with Hamlet's letter and Claudius is amazed to find that Hamlet is still alive. Hamlet is writing to inform the King that he has returned to Denmark and tha he wishes to meet with Claudius tomorrow.
Claudius advises that he wait and kill Hamlet during a rigged fencing match.
After he is stabbed, he regrets his role as avenger because he has been used as a tool for Claudius' revenge.
In the end, quick personal revenge causes one to be manipulated.
Hamlet is caught between revenge and mercy, mainly because of fear of damnation and problems with his mother.
In Shakespeare s play Hamlet, Hamlet experiences internal and ex What I believe to be the main and most important theme of Hamlet is that power corrupts and kills. In the first half of this tale, Shakespeare shows us that the power King Hamlet gave to his brother (free run of the castle, ability to get where the king slept) let to the king's death.
If King Hamlet would have limited his brother's activities and had himself guarded while he slept, perhaps the late sovereign would still be ruling.