Hamlet's Fatal Oversight
When you play a role or a function to disguise your the case character it harms you in the end. Hamlet's antic temperament was a tragic error on his part as it let to his final demise. Hamlet displays the antic personality in order to fool Claudius, though Claudius may be the only figure to not end up being fooled. When ever Hamlet denies Ophelia his love, she goes upset and requires her life. Hamlet becomes confused whether or not he is crazy or not. For these reasons, Hamlet's decision to portray an antic temperament is a tragic error.
When Hamlet learned that Claudius killed his father Hamlet was mad, and got directly to work on getting his fathers revenge. Hamlet went to work by simply coming up with a intend to act crazy so that it will hide the reality from Claudius, which was that Hamlet was going to kill Claudius. Hamlet does not have any such good luck. Claudius would not believe Hamlet's attempt at failing that he could be mad. "Was not like madness. There's anything in his soul" (III; I actually; 161). Because of this Claudius will not believe that Hamlet is outrageous, but rather has some sort of strategy being brewed. Claudius even offers a plan that may be to kill hamlet. This is ironic mainly because in the end they will end up Claudius is in the end murdered by simply Hamlet.
Hamlet must action mad in the event he desires Claudius to think him, so Hamlet uses his confrontations with Ophelia to display that. Ophelia is definitely manipulated by Hamlet intended for his own personal gain. Hamlet uses Ophelia to get the word that he is mad around the kingdom. This really is sad since Ophelia is innocent and she eventually ends up committing suicide in the end. One of the way's Hamlet fools Ophelia into trusting that he's insane is by scaring her. (II; I; 75). inches I have been and so affrighted". Hamlet fools Ophelia into trusting that he's mad by simply killing Polonius behind a curtain in the Gertrude's place. This event drives Ophelia into turning into insane and leads to her taking her own existence.
Hamlet consumes much of his time posing as mad, that he starts to believe that he really is outrageous. Hamlet seems as if he is losing control when he recognizes his father's ghost in Gertrude's rooms. Every other period the ghost appeared, someone else saw it as well, only this time his mother did not see it.