YES! This is what I must do! Justice must be served!
oooo I am your daddyyyyy. I have come to tell you that I wasn't bit by a snake, your uncle killed me.
You must avenge me and kill Claudius!
AHHHHHHHHHHHHH, HOW COULD YOU?
DIE BROTHER, DIEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
AHA, I've got you now!
The setting is Elsinore Castle, in DenmarkThe former King of Denmark has died, and a group of soldiers tell his son, PrinceHamlet, that they believe they saw his ghost.
Hamlet feels that he must seek revenge on his father’s behalf. However, hestruggles with the authenticity of the “ghost” and is indecisive about his courseof action.
Throughout the rising action, Hamlet tries to figure out if Claudius truly killed hisfather. When he hears a group of actors are coming, he requests that they act outa play that depicts a king being poisoned in the ear. This mimics the way theghost claims he was killed.
Denouement or Resolution
Oh no! They are speaking of me!
Hamlet speaks to his mother about how disgusted he is that she is married to Claudius. Hamlet accidentally kills Polonius and is banished to England.
Claudius includes a letter to the King of England that orders Hamlet’s execution.Hamlet escapes and comes back to Denmark. Ophelia, crushed by Hamlet’s apparent disdain and the death of the father, has drowned herself.
At the fencing match, Laertes poisons the tip of his sword. Claudius poisons acup and tries to get Hamlet to drink from it. Hamlet refuses and Queen Gertrudedrinks from it instead. Laertes stabs Hamlet. They grapple, and Laertes isstabbed by his own sword and also poisoned. Hamlet makes Claudius drink fromthe poison cup, and then stabs him with the poisoned sword. In the end, onlyHoratio is left to tell the story