Hamlet’s pretend craziness and rejection of love towards Ophelia drives her mad and results in the death of the both of them.
In the end, the outcome is that everyone but two dies, Horatio and Fortinbras.
[tags: Hamlet, Characters in Hamlet, Revenge play] - In both Wuthering Heights and Hamlet characters deal with the theme of revenge, however, both characters face revenge with a different perspective.
Heathcliff is isolated, pro active and rash, while Hamlet is very public which doesn't allow him to act rashly and he spends a lot of time procratinating.
Prince Hamlet, the protagonist of the play, is mourning the loss of his father and bitterly regretting that his mother, Queen Gertrude, has married his uncle Claudius.
The ghost of his father appears to reveal that he has been murdered by Claudius and urges him to take revenge.The play essentially centers in the character of Hamlet himself.As a prince of Denmark, he acts the part of madness with power; however, he is so often indecisive and hesitant; his weaknesses are too apparent as he avenges his father’s death....- In this essay I will be writing about whether Hamlet is a revenge tragedy or not, I will have an introduction which will introduce the meaning of a revenge tragedy, then I will have a main body of text in which I will explain why Hamlet is a true revenge tragedy and finally I will have a conclusion. ” Well a revenge tragedy is when a character takes vengeance for a murdered victim, the character is usually a family member of the avenged victim.A Revenge tragedy conventionally results in the death of both the murderer and avenger....Revenge is an emotion easily rationalized; one turn deserves another.However, this is a very dangerous theory to live by. Fortinbras, Laertes, and Hamlet all seek to avenge the deaths of their fathers.At first glance, it holds all of the common occurrences in a revenge tragedy which include plotting, ghosts, and madness, but its complexity as a story far transcends its functionality as a revenge tragedy.Revenge tragedies are often closely tied to the real or feigned madness in the play.However, his subsequent actions do not live up to these resolutions. Coleridge's words, Hamlet's central weakness is that he is "continually resolving to do, yet doing nothing but resolve".Over four acts he takes little deliberate action against his uncle, although the ghost explicitly demands a swift revenge. Hamlet's first soliloquy, following a hostile conversation with Claudius and Gertrude, shows him grief-stricken, bitter and despairing....