First, when Hamlet sees the ghost who claims to be the Ghost of his father, the ghost tells him that Claudius Killed hamlet. He is unsure about that, but around act three scene 2 or three, Hamlet assembles this play for the king and the queen, and, seeing how Claudius responded to it, Hamlet seemed to be sure that he did indeed kill his Father
Laertes, in a parallel revenge, seeks revenge against Hamlet for killing his father, Polonius, and the early death of his sister Ophelia. Hamlet does die, but not before Laertes, so Laertes never does get his revenge against Hamlet
both want revenge for their fathers death
There are three revenge plots in Hamlet. Hamlet is seeking revenge against Claudius for the death of Hamlet Sr., Fortinbras is seeking revenge (at the beginning of the play) against Denmark generally for the death of Fortinbras Sr. and Laertes is seeking revenge against Hamlet for the death of Polonius.
Laertes wanted revenge against Hamlet because Hamlet killed his father, Polonius.
He quite clearly states that he wants revenge for his murder.
Three people. Hamlet is taking revenge on Claudius because he killed Hamlet's father. Laertes is taking revenge on Hamlet because he killed Laertes' father. Fortinbras is taking revenge on the whole country of Denmark because King Hamlet killed Fortinbras' father.
The Ghost of Hamlet's Father makes Hamlet swear to revenge his murder by Claudius, the dead king's brother and Hamlet's uncle, and new stepfather.
The play, Hamlet, is considered a Revenge Tragedy because Hamlet's quest for revenge results in much violence and death.
'Hamlet' is most basically a revenge play.
when Claudius is praying and hamlet is there and thinks about killing him right then and there but he doesn't want Claudius to go to heaven
Claudius killed Hamlet's father to usurp the throne and take Queen Gertrude as his bride. So in revenge, Hamlet wants to kill Claudius.
Hamlet wants to make people think he is crazy that way he can get close enough to Claudius to kill him to revenge his father's death.