Listen in as the ghost of Hamlet’s father claims that he's doomed to suffer in Purgatory until Hamlet avenges his "foul and most unnatural murder" by killing his murderer. Hamlet is eager to kill until he discovers that the murderer is his uncle Claudius.
Listen in as Hamlet realizes that this actor he is watching is faking the emotions that are coming out of him and compares them to his own reality.
Listen in as Hamlet commits to killing Claudius, but contemplates if it’s the right place and time because Claudius is praying, and this may cause his soul to go to heaven, which defeats the purpose of his main goal to avenge his father.
Listen in to this turning point in the play where Hamlet sees that Fortinbras' army is going to invade Poland for the smallest amount of land and compares it to his own inaction in avenging his father's death/
Listen in as Laertes hears that his father has been killed immediately swears that he’ll find the person and avenge his father. Revenge is played in this quote not only because Laertes father died but because king Claudius tricks him into thinking that hamlet has done it purposely.
Listen to this quote as a strong display of revenge. Claudius states that revenge should have no bounds.
Listen in as this quote on revenge is played in two aspects, one being revenge for his father, the other revenge for Claudius taking his spot on the throne.