Close reading of a Soliloquy in "Hamlet".
During a soliloquy made in "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare, we see that Hamlet is a troubled man with feelings of insignificance, depression, and anger. The death of his father followed by the recent remarriage of his mother is just too much to handle for Hamlet, so as a catharsis of his emotions, Hamlet gives a powerful and emotional soliloquy describing his feelings. As Hamlet acts like a normal man to his stepfather, Claudius, soon after he leaves the room he purges his emotions of futility, grief, and rage. The first of Hamlet's emotions that he dwells on during the soliloquy is the fe…
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