Hamlet’s Shakespeare, Hamlet’s love for Hamlet’s father is a dedicated son commemorating his father, King Hamlet. Shortly after his father’s death, he was dissatisfied with the marriage of his uncle Claudius and his mother. Just two weeks after his death, his uncle is now king of his father and of Denmark. When he saw the late father’s ghost, he was surprised to see it. I wonder if it is heaven or hell.
At the end of the play, Hamlet’s affection for his father was very strong, but back to the original question, “Hamlet’s view on his father is reliable, I am very thankful for what you read. The influence on his father had an influence on everything around him and as the years passed he would think about him and love him forever, before Himlet died for his father I worked very hard to regain his mother, but Hamlet tried not to let his mother participate.
The theme of love and revenge in Shakespeare’s “Hamlet’s Love” is one of Hamlet’s most powerful themes, but one advantage – the power of revenge promotes Hamlet’s love. I will revenge the murder of his father. While Hamlet was confused, he learned that his mother got married to his uncle shortly after his father died. Even though he did not doubt the premature death of his father soon he was still shocked. As Kenneth Muir said, “He (Hamlet) was shocked by Gertrude.
Hamlet is a revenge-based drama. Hamlet’s mother, Gertrude, married after murdering Hamlet’s uncle Claudius and his brothers. Hamlet learned that when his father visited the ghost, his uncle murdered his father and secretly told Hamlet what happened. Hamlet pretended to be crazy, refused to love Ophelia, got her crazy and ended. After all, the result is 2 people, everyone except Horatio and Fortinbras. – Alexander Pope’s important article “Hamlet”, “Im is to retaliate against others’ mistakes.” I think that this is related to William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” is psychological. I am suffering from suffering when searching for revenge. Shakespeare enhances readers’ evaluation of dramas by effectively conveying the theme of revenge through characterization, plotting and other literary methods.