Discuss the theme of madness in the play. What does it mean to "go mad" and who.
Madness plays a large role throughout this thorough play from Shakespeare, from.
small notions that anger one another to killing each other, all associated to a.
sole anger living within the characters. Majority of the main characters.
throughout the play show small or large behaviors and qualities of anger. .
Madness can be seen many different ways through different eyes. It can be seen.
as someone who has lost their mind living in a world of their own and thinking.
irresponsibly. Some people also view madness as an illness that has effected.
someone's thinking and behaviors. You also may see it as foolishness or.
stupidity; whichever way you do madness is viewed by many as insanity.
When someone ends up turning out to "go mad" one of the main factors of that.
mental change of views is that someone is lost in emotions and in most cases.
doesn't know what to do besides react without thinking, or minimal thinking. A.
majority of people view someone as going mad if they have a reaction due to.
someone's action against them. For example, you don't just get mad at a perfect.
stranger walking down the street. Most have reason.
For others, insanity is seen as someone who has "gone mad." People who just.
wake up one day and they have literally gone crazy. Or the slightest anger set.
someone off and they have a continuous actions and reactions of madness and.
hostility. Others may be overcome with emotions that they themselves cannot.
handle and need to let out. Sometimes what may be considered madness can be an.
overwhelming of love or a loss.
Out of all the characters, Ophelia and Hamlet can mainly be portrayed as the.
ones going mad throughout the story. Hamlet is obviously the main character who.
has fulfilled the qualities and behaviors as someone who has gone mad in the.
play. Hamlets first real action of madness happens when the actors come to the.
castle and put on a short act.