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From “as I perchance hereafter shall think meet/ to put a disposition on” (Act 1 Scene 5, Act 2 Scene 1). When Ophelia tells his father Polonius that there are some strange characteristics seen in Hamlet, we can see that Hamlet is not willing to let people know what is actually going on. In addition, when there is a group of people coming to perform in the palace, Hamlet comes up with a bright idea on how best to illustrate and expose his father’s murder and the responsible party. He directs a play that shows how the king died to see the king’s brother rise to kingship. This play is able to perfectly prove that Claudius is indeed the King’s murderer. “There is a play tonight before the king: which I told thee of my father’s death” (Act 3 Scene 2). From that, we can see that Hamlet really wants to know who the murderer of his father really is. Thirdly, when Polonius is talking to Hamlet, and use word to baffle frustrate. “My lord, the queen would speak with you, and presently/ do you see yonder clouds that’s almost in shape of a camel” (Act 3 Scene 3). However, even though he tries to approach the issue with utmost moderation, "Hamlet" somehow fails and shows rash and impulsive behavior instead. It is amazing agility but little or no premeditation when he stabs Polonius through the curtain, he does not even take time to check to see who really is behind the curtain. He seems to step easily into the role of a madman, which is not his normal behavior, to disturb other characters with his wild speech and pointed innuendo.
After reading the whole play, it is Hamlet who one sympathizes with. Even though he is smart, he is controlled by fate to do some things that he does not intend to do, and a sense of powerlessness to resist his actions. In the play, Hamlet always reflects the spirit of such a tragedy. “To be, or not to be: this is the question: Whether it is nobler in the mind of suffer. The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
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