A corpus linguistic technique has been applied to various studies in text and discourse analysis. This study applies a corpus-driven approach in Hamlet by Shakespeare. Usingcorpus linguistictechnique, we analyzed Shakespeare play that how he invented new words. This study relies on the quantitative approach to contextual meanings.
Hamlet by Shakespeare is among the remarkable plays present in the history of English Literature. Hamlet Play is one of the famous tragic plays ever written. This play starts with poison and ends with the poison. Hamlet Play is about Hamlet, Prince of Denmark who is a son of King Hamlet and Queen Gertrude.When king Hamlet dies, Claudius brother of king Hamlet becomes the king and marries the widow of King Hamlet. Hamlet meets the ghost of his father who encourages him to take revenge for his death by killing Claudius.In a soliloquy, Hamlet expresses his anger against his mother for her hasty remarriage. Daughter of Polonius, Ophelia is in love with Hamlet but their relationship is ended soon when Hamlet learned about the death of his father.
Hamlet wants to kill king but he finds him praying. He confronts his mother and realizes that someone is behind the curtains suspecting that it might be Claudius. He draws his sword and kills the unseen Polonius.
The death of Polonius leaves its mark on Ophelia Who becomes mad from the grief of losing her father. Claudius sends Hamlet to England but he manages to come back. King Claudius explains to Laertes that Hamlet killed his father, Polonius. Deciding they have a common enemy. They plot the death of Hamlet at a fencing match to be arranged between Laertes and Hamlet. Laertes learns about the death of his sister Ophelia by drowning. Hamlet and Horatio are at the graveyard. A procession interrupts, Claudius, Gertrude, and Laertes walk toward the grave along with a priest and an entourage bearing a body.
Laertes reveals to Hamlet that the dead body is that of Ophelia. Then Hamlet declares that he loved Ophelia more than forty thousand brothers could. The King calls Hamlet and Laertes together and has them begin the fight. Hamlet asks Laertes to forgive his earlier acts of madness at the grave of Ophelia. He further claims that his madness, not he himself, is responsible for the death of Polonius, and he begs pardon for the crime. Laertes remains stiff and suspicious in his response but says he bears Hamlet no regret.The king offers Hamlet the poisoned drink, but he does not take it. The Queen drinks it and dies. Hamlet is wounded with the poisoned sword, and Hamlet wounds Laertes with the same sword. As Laertes is dying, he tells Hamlet that the king is to blame for the poisoned sword and poison in the cup. Hamlet forces Claudius to drink down the rest of the poisoned wine. Claudius dies crying out for help. Hamlet tells Horatio that he is dying and exchanges the last forgiveness with Laertes, who dies after forgiving Hamlet.When Hamlet is dying, he urges his friend not to commit suicide in light of all the tragedies, but instead to stay alive and tell his story. He says that he wishes Fortinbras to be made King of Denmark, and then he dies.
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