Whatever Essay

1307 Words May 19th, 2014 6 Pages
Act 1: 1st Entry; I am still in morn. My father's death came as to a shock to me. He was a great man who led and served his country well. He died of means, which are unknown, which leaves me curious on the manner. As I am soaked from head to toe in these inky-covered clothes, I sit and contemplate. It has been one month since and my father's brother; Claudius is to be wedded with my mother. Is it possible that my mother is finished grieving? I know that there is no time put on such a feeling, but one month! Can it be true? Father was a good King; loyal, trusting and good at heart. Does my mother realize? Has she, herself been shocked with the tragedy that our family has encountered? And what is this about Claudius? I mean, his Brother! One …show more content…
Revenge has to be wisely thought out. I will reveal Claudius, and kill him at the right time. I swear on my father's grave, I shall heed my father's commands. 4th Entry; Most foul, strange and unnatural. Claudius kills, for the crown and the wife's hand of my father. He shall pay dearly with his life. My revenge is going to be sweet sorrow, for when I slay Claudius, the country will know of these intentions which he had. Act 2: 1st Entry; I displayed an act of madness to Ophelia. Hopefully, she will tell this to her father which will then tell the King, that I have gone mad. 2nd Entry; I met with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. They were acting quite different. I hope that I could trust these fellow companions. I greeted the players, which will be acting in the play, which I have written. "The Murder of Gonzago". This play reveals what might have happened on the night of the murder. Cleverly put together, I have shown Claudius' intentions in the murder. While this play takes place, I shall wait for a moment of weakness, for then I could strike. I will test Claudius' guilt, in the re-enacted murder. 3rd Entry; Again, hurt Ophelia. I insulted her and all women in that manner. Who cares? They all ask for it! I think that Ophelia is very offended, and I know that is not how to treat one who I contradictory have feelings for. Soon it will all be over and that is when I shall act to the sane persons mind. 4th Entry; I have now captured the conscience of the King. Horatio

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