Hamlet Essay | Hamlet and his True Identity

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Hamlet and his True Identity

Summary: Discusses Hamlet, a play by William Shakespeare. Examines Hamlet's quest in finding his true identity. Describes how as Hamlet begins his search of his identity, he becomes presented with situations in which he constantly switching from being doubtful and certain with what he should do.

Shakespeare's play Hamlet is an adventure of one man to determine his proper identity while at the same time determining if he should take the action of revenge or not. As Hamlet treks within his search of his identity, he becomes presented with situations in which he constantly switching from being doubtful and certain with what he should do. After being stabbed in the back and betrayed by his own friends and family, he reaches points in which he decides to make them punish and suddenly changes his mentality, always changing from being certain his actions to being cynical. Throughout the presented soliloquies, Hamlet presents his way of never being able to make decisions himself.

In Hamlet's first soliloquy, he exclaims how he longs to end his life and to have never existed. As much as he longs to end his life, he is not...

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