The ideas and narrative structures of
Shakespeare’s drama and lyric have influenced almost all storytelling in both
book form and film. Therefore, it is interesting to know the origin of our way
of writing or filming a (fictional) story Hamlet is one of the first to
describe man’s darker pages and he has influenced most authors after him. He
psychologizes man and demonstrates her complexity. These insights provide a
deeper understanding of the human being.
One of the biggest reasons why we should
choose the hamlet is because the characters are so adapted. The ambiguity of
Hamlet’s nature tie people to the character. He is at already the accomplished
dissenter, in self-charged banishment from Elsinore Society, throughout the
same time, he is the brown-nose champion of Denmark — the nation’s hero. He has
no acquaintances left, although Horatio loves him thoroughly. He is annoyed,
gloomy, despondent, and brooding; he is frenzied, ecstatic, anxious, and
lively. He is dark and depressed, a person who despise himself and his destiny.
Earlier, at the same present, he is an experiential philosopher who accepts
that he´s required dealing with life on its individual terms, whatever he must take
to meet it head on. A very simple character to adapt to me, as it carry out all
the criteria that a person today can feel, which would mean that the play’s
main character would be very appealing to the viewers.
This, certainly, is a play, commonly come
upon today with beautiful scenery, props and so on. However, in Shakespeare’s
day, props were essential and scenery were practically tenuous. The perfect atmosphere
of the play build upon on words rather than upon visuals. For that sense, Hamlet
create an atmosphere of frightening and mistrust from the very first message.
Assuming that, like myself, you are impassioned of ghostly eeriness, you will
relate to this play as I do.
The women in Hamlet comes out to be
decrepit, apathetic characters exploited as pawns and dying early after the
exploitation of men. Even after all Hamlet is surely not at all a play based on
women, one and the other female characters are more enthusiastic than their
vices and virtues formerly attend us to understand. A closer analysis
acknowledges that the authentic roles these women characters took on had
ambition; these females were not at the time that apathetic, as they appear at
I therefore think that female characters in
the play should play male characters, such as Prince Hamlet, King Claudius,
Polonius, Fortinbras, Laertes and many more. Equality is important; everyone
should have the same right to decide on their body and sexuality, and the same
opportunities to influence society and their own lives. In addition, that could
not been done earlier when the original was played hundreds of years ago.