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Hamlet and Soliloqies

Summary: In the play, Hamlet bewilders us by his varying moods & activities; in the soliloquy he lays bare his true motive & weakness.
Hamlet, being a play of intense emotions of treachery & betrayal, requires the veil of secrecy & confusion around its main character Hamlet. This confusion is mainly promoted by the act of madness that Hamlet himself portrays to the others in the play.

There fore to say that we would have never discovered the "real" Hamlet had it not been for the lengthy & meditative soliloquies would be true.

Hamlet wore a façade almost as soon as the play started. It is a fact that even we as the audience would have not come to any conclusions. His morbid fascination with death is revealed in the first soliloquy: a wish to be dead is a constant theme through out the play.

"O that this too too solid flesh would melt,

Thaw and resolve itself into a dew."

His melancholy is explained clearly in this soliloquy. He is disgusted by...

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