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All of Hamlets soliloquies say something important about his character the way he feels and the way he thinks His famous soliloquy To be or not to be says very much about how he is feeling in during the most recent events in the play Hamlets character is very complex He wants to take action but he fears losing his soul Hes more of an intellectual who thinks of the future rather than the now In his soliloquy To be or not to be he is once again over analyzing his situation to the point of being suicidal Hes got so many thoughts conflicting in his mind that he wants to just end it all He knows what he has been asked to do and what he wishes he could do for his father but his conscience fights his heart Before To be or not to be Hamlet seemed as if he wanted to follow his mind and logically he did not want to kill a man His mind told him he would lose his soul if he did His heart was telling him to fulfill his fathers wishes and he seemed to lean toward this option after the 4th soliloquy During the middle soliloquy however he seemed to want to ignore both his heart and mind which would lose his soul and neglect his fathers wishes Hamlet may put too much thought into things but he also expresses his feelings very strongly in his soliloquies Sometimes he is very angry at the king sometimes hes envious of someone he wishes he could be like and sometimes he was depressed and ready to give up In To be or not to be he was once again ready to give up He abandoned his logic and heart and became selfish to the point of just wanting peace In this soliloquy he speaks of death as a great peace where you owe
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