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Date: July 1, 2009
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This self-devaluation of opinion continues throughout the play and eventually leads to his mother’s death. It is only at this moment where Hamlet has no inner struggle and sees the actions that he must take to bring inner peace. Even when Hamlet had an opportunity to kill Claudius while he is praying he suppresses his rage with an excuse that he wishes for Claudius to acknowledge his wrongdoing...
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Even when Hamlet had an opportunity to kill Claudius while he is praying he suppresses his rage with an excuse that he wishes for Claudius to acknowledge his wrongdoing. Fortinbras is a catalyst of this play and that is illustrated through Hamlet’s soliloquy...
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