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Hamlet The tragedy of a man who could not make up his mind So begins the Olivier version of Shakespeares Hamlet and many others follow suit Hamlet to many is portrayed as a weak-minded individual because he is juvenile Many have the opinion that he led seven unnecessary deaths because he was a delinquent It is the understanding that Hamlet is a juvenile delinquent and that he is mixed up in the horrible teen years of his time Hamlet identifies more so to an adolescent than an adult His inability to overcome his sadness is a major factor A perfect example of this is the to be or not to be soliloquy When someone is grown up they have experienced how to deal with their emotions Hamlet does not know how to deal with his melancholy and therefore instead of solving his problems he thinks suicide is the only way out So it is now known that Hamlet is juvenile or immature and so he should He is young and trying to find out who he is Hamlet is a delinquent in many ways and being a juvenile this makes him a juvenile delinquent When someone is secretive and does not tell anyone what is going on in his life one may start to wonder After Hamlet talks to the ghost he is approached by his friends He tells them a lie about what the ghost has said He does not truly believe the ghost is his father at this point and he does not inform his friends The ghost has asked him to commit murder and he decides to keep this to himself Which can only mean that he now realizes that this is his chance to get rid Claudius Hamlets second set of actions which categorizes him as a delinquent is how he plots Claudius death When someone plots something no matter what it is that is called intent When
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