Hamlet Essay | Why Does Hamlet Delay the Revenge?

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Why Does Hamlet Delay the Revenge?

Summary: Through out the play, Hamlet has many opportunities to avenge his father's death by murdering Claudius; however there was always something that give us the impression something is holding Hamlet back.
"Why does Hamlet Delay the revenge""

Through out the play, Hamlet has many opportunities to avenge his father's death by murdering Claudius; however there was always something that give us the impression something is holding Hamlet back. There are many reasons as to why Hamlet might be delaying the revenge. It could be said that Hamlet fears the consequence of killing, or maybe he doubts the ghost, it could be said that Hamlet didn't want to hurt his mother Gertrude or maybe to the fact he is a renaissance prince and doesn't believe in violence.

One of Hamlet's many reasons as to why he delays the killing could be that he is afraid of the consequence as to what will come after killing. It could be said that Hamlet is quite religious seeing that he fears his fait if murdering Claudius during his prayer...

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