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Essay heading: Revenge in Drama, Hamlet
 
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Date added: February 21, 1998
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No of pages / words: 7 / 1958
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Whilst perhaps not sexual, their mere fifteen years age difference has enclosed them in a very close-knit co-dependant affair. This jealousy and hatred Hamlet feels is close to pushing him over the edge, so when the Ghost commands revenge Hamlet has already positioned himself at the starting line ready to begin his descent into Denmark's brutal court...
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Hamlet's acceptance of the task of revenge, even if somewhat reluctant, is the key to entering Claudius' world. Hamlet himself realizes revenge is wrong and is aware that the deeds he is charged to commit can never bring about good, yet he knows he must complete them. Hamlet's intent to revenge his father's murder dooms him from the start because of his wish to catch Claudius where bystanders may also be witness to his guilt, therefore turning Hamlet from an assassin to an executioner...
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