Hamlet Dynamic Character

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Hamlet Character Analysis
Throughout the play, Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, it slowly reveals a lot about his very dynamic character Hamlet. He shows the audience what is really going on in his head within his monologues talking straight to the audience. One of the things that Hamlet shows us in the play is his level of insanity, and deciphering if it is realistic or irrational? This is one of the main questions we ask thought out the whole play. Another charter trait that Hamlet shows in the play is his suicidal tendencies and his self-deprecation. This shows the complexity of Hamlets life and how his actions reflect his overall character and his future.
In the beginning of the play, Hamlet shows some signs of insanity, which ends up cause a tragic flaw in the play, for example, when he is first talks to the ghost “immediately after talking to him he comes back to Horatio and tells him he is going to start acting crazy but don’t think too much of it because he says he is not actually crazy, it’s all a part of an act basically” (1.5.170-172). This shows us that the
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How Claudius killed him at the very beginning by poisoning him in the ear. This lead Hamlet not to have a father in his life. For then his mother to get remarried days later, to the killer of his dad, Claudius. This could have affected him in many ways, like him wanting to kill himself. Another concept that causes Hamlet to think about suicide is when he has the monolog “To be, or not to be: that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, And by opposing end them? To die: to sleep; No more; and by a sleep to say we end…” (3.1.56-90). This is when Hamlet really thinks hard about suicide, and he does not think to himself about suicide but to everyone about suicide and how if it is ever a valid option in