Hamlet Essay | To Be or Not to Be, That Is the Question?

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To Be or Not to Be, That Is the Question?

Summary: Shakespeare portrays Hamlet as an extraordinarily complex young man--brilliant, sensitive, intuitive, noble, philosophic, and reckless. He is larger than life, a great example of a person of emotion and intellect. Hamlet's multiple personalities is the source of his tragedy.

"To be or not to be, that is the question."

This puzzling quote of Hamlet still bungles the minds of modern philosophers. It is a 500 year old question that is yet to be answered. A lot of people have different feedbacks of the question. I think that is one of the reasons why the story survived for such a long time because the story posted so many questions that is left unanswered. It is up to the individual to make his own opinion of the story. In this essay, I'm going to write about what I think about Hamlet and the different outlooks of his character.

Hamlet's character continue to be subjects of considerable interests. Hamlet is such an interesting character because he is very hard to understand. A very unique and complicated person. He always thinks twice before he...

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