Hamlet getting angrier and angrier
Hamlets getting madder and madder and how it ended for him.
Hamlet has come home from bordering school for his fathers funeral and he sees that his mother is already married to his uncle who is now King.
Hamlet is confronted by his fathers ghost.
As Hamlets father explains how and who killed him Hamlet begins to see the bigger picture and his hatred for his uncle/stepfather grows as does his hatred for his mother.
Hamlet comes to Ophelia with torn clothing and wild eyes, and frightens her to the point where she goes to her brother Polonius who then thinks Hamlet is mad with love.
Hamlet creates a play to see how the new king will react to the play being about how he killed his own brother to become king. In the end Claudius gets up and leaves confirming Hamlets suspensions.
"To be or not to be..."
Hamlet's soliloquy talks about whether life is worth living or not, stating "And by opposing end them? To die: to sleep;No more; and by a sleep to say we end The heart-ache and the thousand natural shocks."showing that his thinking about ending his life.
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