Hamlet A Level English LitWatch
You could also talk about him killing polonius and his actions towards Ophelia and how this doesn't make him very honourable.
"I perchance hereafter shall think meet
To put an antic disposition on."
Yet, as you read the story and just how crazy it gets, from the killing of Polonius and Claudius to the vitriol Hamlet releases at Ophelia to Ophelia's untimely demise, it can make one question whether this whole thing is an act. Maybe he really is insane. In that case, when he isn't even knowing what he is doing, where does honor fit? Does it matter?