Hamlet: Tragic flaw
Perfection can never be obtained, and it exists only as an ideal. In "Hamlet", Shakespeare sheds light on the tragic flaws of heroic characters; the tragedy that befalls Hamlet is the result of his unrealistic idealism, which is the cause of Hamlet's alienation and indecisiveness.
Hamlet's unrealistic idealism alienates him. His abhorrence of women's "frailty"(I,ii,146) causes his relationship with Gertrude and Ophelia to deteriorate. Hamlet expects his mother to mourn for her husband's death and to live a life honouring him; however, the queen remarries with Claudius. Hamlet is deeply dis…
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