Who "wins" in Hamlet? How?
The Quick answer: No one! The more involved answer: Morality oozes from the lines of Hamlet. While the foundation of the play is clearly revenge, it can certainly be seen as a lesson, not in how to revenge oneself upon his or her enemies, but on the downfalls that follow revenge. Hamlet’s world is turned upside down by his quest to revenge his father’s death by killing his murderer, Claudius . He finds himself trapped in indecision, unable to act. The actual revenge act, to kill, could be very simple but instead Hamlet spends his hundreds of lines (more lines in fact than any other Shakespearian character) deciding how best to act and not actually acting. Because...
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i really dont think anyone wins because they all die for the most part except the townspeople who were watching the fight as you would call it.