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In every good story the protagonist usually has to make a dramatic decision or two that affects the entire plot of the story Depending on this key decision the character may be good or evil right or wrong victorious or defeated Just like all of Shakespeares other works Hamlet is full of these tough choices When ones father dies especially when the father is a very influential character on ones life life-changing decisions will surly follow One may have to find a job look out for an entire family or be forced to gain knowledge by ones self Hamlet not only faces a few tough choices after his fathers death but many that keep coming back to haunt his every thought Hamlets decisions are so important that they not only affect his life but every life in Denmark Hamlet first must decide whether or not to believe the ghost of his father King Hamlet about whether his uncle is the murderer his father or not Another tough decision that Hamlet faces is whether or not to kill himself as a result of all the stress that he is facing Finally Hamlet has to decide when to kill his uncle whether to get it over with and kill him quickly or find the perfect time to ensure his uncle goes to hell Though Hamlet is very witty and intelligent and he usually finds an intelligent way to think through each and every decision sometimes his emotions and desire for revenge get in the way and impact the decisions that are made Every decision that Hamlet makes will affect Denmark for a long time Ghosts were always seen as a prophesy or sign in Hamlets culture and the ghost of Hamlets father is a prime example telling him that Claudius Hamlets uncle is the one who kills his father Hamlet has to decide whether the ghost is lying to him telling the truth or just giving him
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