about him. I don't want Dunny to see. Although, ambition can be a driving force in an individuals success, it can also backfire at the individual. Ii) he's talking to Rosencrantz and Guilderstern about ambition but I don't understand whether he is ambitious or not. By placing such an emphasis on personal ambition it causes some to push their loved ones away in order to achieve what they want. A severe incident which takes place between Boy and Leola is when Boy gives Dunny a number of reels of film, and asks him to develop them for him. Claudiuss strong ambitions to become king lead him to poisoning and killing Hamlets father and Hamlet falling into a state of melancholy. A black cloud of moral degradation has been hanging over the realm ever since he murdered his way to the throne.
Due to his deep sadness, Hamlets relationships with Ophelia and Gertrude deteriorate. Within most people, unhappiness is a common feeling and in extreme results, it leads to death. He doesn't seem to mention politics much and is more appalled by his mother's marriage to Claudius than to the fact that he is not king. There is a saying that goes, We ignore the ones who love us, and show more content, gertrude tries to bring her sons sanity back but Hamlet does not give in and keeps disturbing Gertrude: queen. In the texts Fifth Business by Robertson Davies and William Shakespeares Hamlet, it is evident when the strongest characters place power and ambition above all else they crumble. Boy's excitement over the pictures at the dinner table would provide a discomfort to one, as Leola says: Boy, please put them away or I'll have to go upstairs. At first, this seems a harmful favour, but when Dunny realizes that those reels contain naked pictures of Leola, it embarrasses as well as angers him to a great extent. (3.4.88-96 hamlet is overflowing with the power he placed on his ambition to succeed in seeking his revenge that he pushed two characters that would have done anything for him far away.
As will not leave their tinct. Fittingly, perhaps, he comes to be a victim of the very same tumult and instability that he's unleashed upon his kingdom. Hamlet is confused at why his mother, who had shown so much affection to his father, would forget all her love for him so fast and marry Claudius. Nay, but to live, in the rank sweat of an enseamed bed, Stewd in corruption, honeying and making love. But for Claudius, ambition begins and ends with number one. He would beat her and yell at her all the time because he was so cooped up in his own mind. For Claudius, ambition is everything. This is shown when Hamlet says Frailty, thy name is woman (1, ll, 148) when he is expressing his anger on their marriage.
Claudius is depicted as a manipulative ambitious.
Ii) he s talking to Rosencrantz and Guilderstern about ambition but I d on t understand.
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