The moral state of Denmark in Hamlet.
A Rotten State
William Shakespeare's tragedy, Hamlet, is a story about a prince, Hamlet, who's father, King Hamlet, was murdered by his brother Claudius. Claudius then married Hamlet's mother making him the King of Denmark. Near the beginning of the play, an officer named Marcellus said: "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark" (Act 1, Scene 5, ll. 90). This statement did indeed prove to be true, for there was much murder and vengeance going on at the time.
There was a sinister spirit of vengeance in the air. First it was Hamlet wanting Claudius' head for killing his father. He was…
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