Hamlet Essay | To Be or Not to Be, An Analysis of Hamlet's Soliloquy

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To Be or Not to Be, An Analysis of Hamlet's Soliloquy

Summary: Examines the William Shakespeare play, Hamlet. Provides an analysis of the soliloquy which begins with the famous line, "To be, or not to be". Explores Hamlet's state of mind and his contemplation of suicide.
"To be, or not to be..."

Probably the most known lines of Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet are spoken by Hamlet himself in a long soliloquy where he is evaluating life and its meaning for him. In the point when the soliloquy is spoken Hamlet is in great psychological depressions and morally disgusted by the world he lives in. He knew that his uncle murdered his brother, Hamlet's father, for the power and the hand of queen. His mind suffered and he was looking at death as on the dream or something better than is his life. Famous line: "To be, or not to be, that is the question" is a strong thinking about the life and his value. How depressed must man be to think of dead, that's a good question, too. Hamlet took the option of suicide as a possibility of how to escape psychical suffering and world that had...

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