Act 5, scene 2. How does the character of Fortinbras provide both an introduction and a conclusion to the events of the play?

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Fortinbras is the character foil for Hamlet. He shows up at the end to take ownership of Denmark, effectively ending Danish Royalty. He also ends the play by taking the throne and commending Hamlet on his soldier-like abilities. This is Hamlet's greatest dying complement.