What do scenes five and seven in Hamlet suggest about commitment to taking revenge and what it does to people? What do scenes five and seven in Hamlet suggest about commitment to taking revenge and what...

What do scenes five and seven in Hamlet suggest about commitment to taking revenge and what it does to people?

What do scenes five and seven in Hamlet suggest about commitment to taking revenge and what it does to people?

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Act 4 of Hamlet is a pivotal part of the play because it is in these scenes that Hamlet's fate is sealed.  Claudius has been plotting against Hamlet since Act 3 because he was at first suspicious of Hamlet's crazy act and later he realizes that Hamlet knows the truth about Claudius's murder of King Hamlet . Claudius revealed himself with his behavior during the play within a play, and immediately after that, Claudius changed his initial plan to send Hamlet to England on business, to having Hamlet killed upon his arrival in...

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