It can become a barrier to continual development and make it so that essentially no room remains for justice to succeed Evidence of the tainted view of a family member causing undue harm can be found in the relationship between Hamlet and Claudius, Hamlet and Old King Hamlet, and Hamlet and Gertrude As the play continues and the story enfolds, it becomes apparent that there truly is 'something rotten in the state of Denmark,' and rather that it is not just one 'something,' but many things Although one could merely reason that the heartache that Ophelia was so great because her male parent was apparently murdered.
So for once, truth prevails in this passage. I would not, in plain terms, from this time forth, have you so slander and moment leisure As to give works or talk with the Lord Hamlet.
Hamlet as well has madness, also its morals and corruptions.
This recurring idea of rotting vegetation symbolizes the corrupt state of Denmark. One of the illustrations of this sort of action can be seen when he incites Laertes to kill Hamlet when he says.
Serpents are a well-known metaphor for betrayal, evil and deceit since their appearance in the earliest biblical stories of Eden. It is an obstacle to sustainable development, and leaves little room for justice to prevail. Works cited Shakespeare, William.
The elements of rot and decay, deceit and lies, poison and madness are strong throughout the play.