The play Hamlet by William Shakespeare illustrates the tragedy of revenge between characters in different perceptions through their actions. In entire of the story, melancholic Hamlet tries to revenge for his father that has been kill by his uncle King Claudius. However, the situation changes when Hamlet killed Polonius by accident. At first, Hamlet may want to find evidence to prove whether Claudius is the one who kills his father or not because he wasn’t too sure about it. As it states that, GHOST. Revenge his foul and most unnatural murder. HAMLET. Murder! GHOST. Murder most foul, as in the best it is; But this most foul, strange and unnatural. HAMLET. Haste me to know’t, that I, with wings as swift. As meditation of love, may sweep to my revenge. (1.5.24-30)The ghost strongly questions Hamlet about if he loves his father enough he will eventually revenge for him. Hamlet said to the ghost that he would love to create a revenge so he suspects if King Claudius is the one who murders his father. He decided to take it slowly because he still unsure about how would he revenge king Claudius. Though, he still promises to the ghost to prove his love through revenge. In addition, he asked the ghost to tell him about how did King Hamlet get murder. Hamlet attempt to take things slowly and carefully in order to revenge king Claudius; he may suffer by depression in this period. “How strange or odd some’er I bear myself / As I perchance hereafter shall think meet / To put an antic disposition on,” said Hamlet. (1.5.177-179) Hamlet notices that king Claudius kill his father and he starts to take the next step to revenge. He tells Horatio that he pretends to be mad; although he isn’t actually mad. Nevertheless, Hamlet just wants to make Claudius feel guilty about things he did by asking the actors to perform situation that demonstrates how the past king Hamlet has died. The turning point in this act is when Hamlet said: “To be or not to be—that is the question: / Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer / The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, / Or to take arms against a sea of troubles.” (3.1. 59-61) It explained about mortality in life, Hamlet is asking questions about the right of living life over death in terms of moral. Hamlet tries to weigh between benefits of suicide and the downside of ending his own life. Hamlet still finds no answer for the “slings and arrows of outrageous fortune” because the life after death is so undetermined no one knows what will happen. He wonders in nature ‘deep sleep’ seems to be better than death which emphasized that he is quite confused and lose his focus in life. Hamlet has uncertain thoughts and feelings toward his odd personality. He weighs up between continuing in his own path or ends his path in order to make the decision he needs to consider about revenge for his father. Hamlet is fulfilled with anger and suspect that Claudius murdered his father, however, he wasn’t too sure about who is killer. Hamlet aims to revenge for his dead father’s slowly because he is constantly trapped in mercy, fear and doubt about the supernatural. Owing to the fact that firstly he is so unsure and unprepared about how would he revenge for his father. He curiously questions whether he could send Claudius to suffer from unbearable experience and send his father to enjoy the supreme happiness. However, he is thinking if he murders Claudius he might need to admit his sin for murder. At the end, Hamlet left with nothing in life; Ophelia his girlfriend has committed suicide because of madness when she lost her father and Hamlet mother’s Gertrude remarried with his uncle. In some phenomena, there are similarities among Hamlet and Laertes which can be shown by they are both hurts by the loss of late King Hamlet and Polonius which are their fathers.