Hamlet

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  • HAMARTIA
  • "O all you host of heaven! O earth! What else? / And shall I couple hell...Ay the poor ghost, whiles memory holds a seat/ In this distracted globe" (93-98).
  • Hamlet's fatal flaw is procrastination because he does not believe his father, the ghost, that Claudius killed him and waited to try and kill the people the ghost told him to do right away.
  • PERIPETEIA
  • "No might I do it now he is a praying/...And so he goes to heaven/..." (77-79).
  • A sudden change in luck happened when Hamlet had the chance to kill Claudius but did not because he thought that Claudius was praying and would go to heaven. This gave Claudius time to create a plan to kill Hamlet. The luck shifted in Claudius's direction.
  • When Hamlet realizes that Claudius killed his father was a very critical moment of discovery.
  • ANAGNORISIS
  • "...I'll take the ghost's word/... Didst perceive?/ Very well/... talk of the poisoning?/ I did very well note him" (312-316).
  • NEMESIS
  • "Though yet of Hamlet our dear brother's death/...Taken to wife" (2, 14).
  • Claudius is Hamlet's nemesis because Claudius is one of the main people that lead to Hamlet's downfall; Hamlet wants to avenge his father's death. When Claudius announces his marriage to Gertrude, Hamlet becomes suspicious and wonders why they married so quickly.
  • CATHARSIS
  • "One woe doth tread upon another's heel,/ So fast they follow. Your sister's drowned, Laertes" (187-188).
  • When Opehlia commits suicide, she is released from all of life's worries and problems. It gave her relief.
  • THE END
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