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Points out that the reason for the eventual downfall for the characters in the play "Hamlet" are caused by character flaws such as: obsession, cleverness, manipulation and bitterness.
The plays of William Shakespeare show his characters being victimized by flaws. As in other plays such as Macbeth, and Macbeth's out of control ambition, the play of Hamlet shares much of the same light. Within the complex storyline of character relationships these flaws can be easily withdrawn from various if not all of the characters found in Hamlet. The flaws of characters such as Hamlet and Claudius, arguably, but ultimately lead to their eventual downfall. Whether it is being obsessive, clever, manipulative or bitter, the deaths of these two contrasting yet vastly similar characters a…
- An argument to support the view that "everything about the play [King Lear] hangs on the first two scenes not just the plot but the values as well."
- Points out that the reason for the eventual downfall for the characters in the play "Hamlet" are caused by character flaws such as: obsession, cleverness, manipulation and bitterness.
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