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Destiny

Summary: This essay shows Hamlet's renewed faith and that there is a "divinity that shapes our ends."
In the beginning of the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare, Hamlet could not have disagreed more with the excerpt "I am not an adventurer by choice but by fate." Hamlet originally believed that one's life was governed by freewill, and not by fate. Hamlet constantly questioned his faith, and pondered his meaning in life. However, throughout the play Hamlet has a renewed faith that there is a "divinity that shapes our ends." Hamlet originally questions whether it is his fate to avenge his father's death, but after the play " The Mousetrap," he knows that he is meant to. In the beginning of the play Hamlet receives no guidance from a "higher being," but as the play progresses he begins to receive heavenly signs. When Rosencrantz and Guildenstern flip a coin heads consecutively ninety-two times, they know that they are being interfered with by a "higher being," and very much...

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