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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Caus e Effect Hamlet, seeing the ghost of his father is skeptical of the validity of the information given.Trying to prove that the ghost is meaning to help, makes him abandon all hope of normalityon his quest for revenge This results in Hamlet trying to provethat it was indeed Claudius that killedhis father puts on the illusion that he hasgone crazy in order to fool everyone. But in doingthis he begins to actually go a little bit insane. A.C. Bradley even went as far as to say Hamlet even"subconsiously... identified with his father's murderer" (Bloom) In shutting of all normal interaction with anyof those he is close to, including Ophilia, whomhe loves dearly, Hamlet's decent into madnessseems like more than just an act. As we delve deeper into many of Shakespear's musings aboutHamlet we find that the character "is full of some stuff that the writer could not drag to light, contemplate, or manipulate into art." (Eliot). Which leads to the question, will we ever truly understand the character hamlet? In Hamlet's quest for vengeance, he hasto forsake all that are close to him in order to get the truth of his fathers murder. As Hamlet returns home, his motherquick to abandon grieving forhis fallen father, has taken up relations with his uncle. Possibly aided by the feeling ofhis "habitual feeling of 'disgust at life'"(Bradley) as observed by literary analysts, Hamlet begins to fall intoa deep depression. The one person that was supposedto be greiving with Hamlet and sharein his pain, was the one that was the fastestto abandon it. As a result, Hamlet is disraught. This aids to the speculation that he may have actually gone crazy, and that it wasn't all an act
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