Hello there I'm sir hamlet I can benefit you I'm noble from Denmark take me there and you will be rewarded.
Pirate: Captain what should be do? Captain: Take him aboard set sail for Denmark!
Act 5 Scene 2
This is for my Father's death!
Sir,Hamlet Please Noooooo!
Act 4 Scene 1
Yes Sir my lord!
I need you to take hamlet to England and give the king this letter.
We will follow any command my lord.
Fate vs Free will This scene shows fate because hamlet leaves to sail to england but then is stopped by pirates and able to sail away with the pirates back to denmark to finish things seems somone wanted him to finish what he started."Heaven helped me out with that too. I had my father’s signet ring in my pocket, with the royal seal of Denmark on it" (Shakespeere 212).
Act 1 Scene 5
Father is that you? I'll avenge you!
Hamlet I was killed by the king
Revenge vs justice This scene shows revenge because hamlet throughout the entire play was planning to kill Claudius and now he is finally doing it in order to avenge his father's death."Haste me now to know't that I with wings as swift as meditation or thoughts of love, may sweep my revenge.
Act 3 Scene 4
Help I've been slain!
I will be king *puts poison in his ear*
Loyalty vs. Betrayal This scene shows how hamlet's friends were loyal to him at first then betrayed him for the king words and now are the kings puppets. "That I can keep your counsel and not mine own. Besides, to be demanded of a sponge! What replication should be made by the son of a king?"(Shakespeare 212).
Act 3 scene 3
Madness this scene shows hamlet is beginning to go mad because he is seeing his dead father right before his own eyes and speaking with him."I’m the ghost of your father, doomed for a certain period of time to walk the earth at night, while during the day I’m trapped in the fires of purgatory until I’ve done penance for my past sins" (Shakespeare 60).
Corruption This scene shows the corrupt ways of king and his follower thinking they can just spy on other people just because their high in status. That’s how we’ll do it, then. "When important people start to show signs of insanity, you have to watch them closely"(Shakeseere 148).
Apperance vs reality this scene shows how it appears to everyone that hamlet father was killed by natural causes but truly he was murdered by his brother. "My words fly up, my thoughts remain below.Words without thoughts never to heaven go"(Shakespeere 192).