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In the play Hamlet Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare tells us a tragedy play about love hate bravery family and friendship Hamlet considers death as an opportunity to end his pain he seizes the problem of whether to commit suicide or to live as a question He demonstrates how weak he is by having the choice of to be or not to be It shows how poor he becomes and reveals to the readers that he gives up on life and wants to move on After reading through acts and scenes Hamlet changes his choice for not to be and seeks revenge on Claudius In the play Hamlet was conflicted vengeful and unhappyTo start Hamlet was very unhappy with his fathers death and he became even unhappier when his mother Gertrude married his uncle Claudius just under two months of his fathers death Hamlet moans about how depressing his life has become and disgusted about his mothers marriageOh that this too too sullied flesh would meltThaw and resolve itself into a dewOr that the Everlasting had not fixedHis canon gainst self-slaughter O God GodHow weary stale flat and unprofitableSeem to me all the uses of this worldFie on t ah fie Tis an unweeded gardenThat grows to seed Things rank and gross in naturePossess it merely That it should come to thisBut two months deadnay not so much not twoSo excellent a king that was to thisHyperion to a satyr So loving to my mother Iii5Hamlet had begun his suicide thoughts here and just loathed his life He became depressed to the point where he wanted his body to just melt or that God didnt make a law forbidding suicide He states how depressing and useless everything about life seemed He couldnt believe what had happened When the ghost of Hamlets father reveals to Hamlet concerning his death and how it all happened His fathers ghost exposed Claudius and Gertrude all Hamlet was feeling
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