A detailed insight into the first soliloquy of Hamlet.
After Claudius and Gertrude announce their marriage to the kingdom, Hamlet grieves deeply over his father's death. He is most bothered by the fact that his mother is remarrying so quickly, even going so far as to privately contemplate suicide. The diction and imagery of the first soliloquy provide insight into Hamlet's feelings, showing his true character. This soliloquy sparks an interest in the reader and provides a glimpse into Hamlet's thoughts while informing the audience of the history of his family's tribulations.
In the soliloquy that begins "O that this too too sullied flesh would…
- A detailed insight into the first soliloquy of Hamlet.
- An argument to support the view that "everything about the play [King Lear] hangs on the first two scenes not just the plot but the values as well."
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