the authority to control their future and past. In Hamlet. Shakespeare introduces Hamlet as a strong young prince who is spiritually damaged by the sudden departure of his father. He is disturbed by his mother's recent remarriage and his Uncle Claudius's actions. Thus, he is genuinely depressed by the events that surround him and the betrayal of his closest friends makes him believe that the world is fundamentally evil.
Woman: God’s second mistake? Friedrich Nietzsche, a German philosopher, who regarded ‘thirst for power’ as the sole driving force of all human actions, has many a one-liners to his credit. ‘Woman was God’s second mistake’, he declared. Unmindful of the reactionary scathing criticism and shrill abuses he invited for himself, especially from the ever-irritable feminist brigade. The fact and belief that God never ever commits a mistake, brings Nietzsche’s proclamation dashingly down into the dust bin