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Hamlet is a human being and he is an emotional human being He feels guilt remorse and has responsibilities yet at the same time he feels pride and a sense of duty He is quick in Act one scene five to take on his role of avenger Haste me to knowt that I with wings as swift As meditation or the thoughts of love May sweep to my revenge Hamlet is passionate about his role and swears to wipe away all trivial fond records and to solely concentrate avenging is fathers death However he does seem concerned with his mothers betrayal O most pernicious woman This was not the key subject his father spoke of yet Hamlet troubles himself with the thoughts of his mothers marriage to his uncle Hamlet jumps into his role without thinking he idolized his father so much that he would do anything to make him happy to be the perfect son However towards the end of the scene when his emotions are less fired up Hamlets thoughts about his role relent and start to become less positive and self assured The time is out of joint O cursed spite that ever I was born to set it right Although he feels its his duty he says cursed spite he is resentful of his apparent fate and he may be seeing this revenge act as an awesome and problematic task Hamlet is a man of philosophy rather than heroic action he thinks deeply about his feelings and actions which he sees as a fault think too precisely on the event Hamlet seems to be a very aware person he is conscious of his procrastination and accuses himself of being a John-a-dreams in act two scene two after he has heard the players speak Hamlets antic disposition could be regarded as a sub conscious way of delaying the revenge by using it as displacement behaviour Hamlet may be so enveloping himself in
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