A teenage girl's testimony sends a gunslinger to prison. After four years without a woman in that West Texas hell-hole, he breaks out with one thought on his mind -- to even the score with the girl who sent him up. And that girl is now nineteen, beautiful, blonde and tan, and she's got more curves than the Rio Grande. And she's alone on her daddy's ranch.
However, in Hamlet there are three main characters who are seeking revenge. First off, Hamlet, Fortinbras, and Laertes all want revenge for the deaths of their fathers. The revenge plot that should be focused on the most is that of Hamlet.
After the ghost tells Hamlet that Claudius murdered him by poisoning him, Hamlet is eager seek revenge.
However, he ends up having a difficult time carrying out the plan. Hamlet is stuck between wanting to take vengeance for his father and an inner struggle to do what is right. In act 2, Hamlet is not sure if this ghost is telling the truth because he could be the devil in disguise, so he devises a plan to make sure Claudius is guilty.
If he acts uncomfortable during the murder scene then Hamlet knows the ghost is telling the truth. In act 3 Hamlet has the chance to kill Claudius while he is alone in his chamber, but decides not to because he thinks he is praying.
By deciding to postpone killing Claudius, Hamlet causes a lot of trouble for himself and others around him. The first person this affects is Polonius. While talking with his mother Hamlet mistakenly kills Polonius who is hiding behind a curtain.
Yet he seems to show no remorse for killing an innocent person, he just drags him away and hides his body.
With the ending of act 4 it seems as though both Hamlet and Laertes are going to get the revenge they were looking for. This entry was posted in Uncategorized on.An inspirational profile of an inner-city high school football team's valiant effort to reach the school's first-ever playoff game.
Watch trailers & learn more. Instead, most of the play is concerned with Hamlet's inner struggle to take action.
Our point? The play is a lot more interested in calling into question the validity and usefulness of revenge than in satisfying the audience's bloodlust—although, sure, it does that too.
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Synopsis: A teenage girl's testimony sends a gunslinger to prison. After four years without a woman in that West Texas hell-hole, he breaks out with one thought on his mind -- .
The Universal Inner Struggle Revealed in Hamlet Life is defined by the struggles it presents us.
Without these constant tests of our fortitude, we . The passion for revenge is strong and sometimes almost overwhelming. But our intuitive logic about revenge is often twisted, conflicted, parochial, and dangerous.