To right what is wrong is the only focus that matters. However, there are other themes that lurk below the surface.
He gives a speech on the death of his brother and wanting to send a messenger to speak with Fortinbras. You just have to dive a little deeper into the story to find them.
To further explain, major characters are three- dimensional so a reader and, therefore, relatable, as opposed to a two- dimensional role The audience can identify similarities and differences between any of the characters and Hamlet, however, there are two characters that share so much in common with Hamlet that they have to be considered the most important foils in the play.
His last words blame Claudius; however Hamlet also dies, and so his revenge is complete.
The first foil that is going to be discussed is Hamlet and Laertes. Characters in the play that are juxtaposed against each other are Hamlet with Laertes, Hamlet again with Fortinbras and Ophelia with Gertrude