During the course of life, one must experience different changes or actions that will mold us into the person we will become. It could be as little as receiving the 1st "F" on a test or the passing away of a loved one and they all add up to some kind of importance. Hamlet, written by William Shakespeare has Hamlet, the protagonist, struggling through life to find his true self and strives to get hold of his spot in life. However, he is always inhibited to seek vengeance for his father's unlawful death.
The king was murdered, and Hamlet's mother, Gertrude, progresses immediately over her husband's death. Then she gets courted to Hamlet's uncle to maintain her crown. The love Hamlet has for his father never diminishes unlike his mother who weds after two months. Young Hamlet declines to recognize that his dad's death was from unnatural causes. Hamlet cannot make out what to do with his life. He declares
"O, that this too sailed flesh would meld/or that the everlasting had not fixed/his cannon against self-slaughter" (I.ii.129-132).
Without more ado Hamlet wonders if he should continue his l life, because Hamlet suffers the want to dissolve and fade away. This shows his ideas of suicide and craves for ending his life. He hangs onto the image of death and reflects on the thought of killing himself on countless events. Even if Hamlet by no means go through with the contemplation of suicide signifying that he utters to himself very much gives the idea about him not being aware of what he will do with his life.
Claudius, the new ruler, takes hold of Denmark and Hamlet rejects the necessity to be in this world of distortion. His uncle, Claudius composes a life of despair for Hamlet. Hamlet examines the principle of having a God to look up to because he has no voice or preference into whatever thing that comes about. Hamlet goes on along with survival in the "unweeded garden" (I.ii.135). He uses this term to discuss Demark as being a jail and specified with the aim of...