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Hamlet- His Procrastination and Its Causes
Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, is one of the most celebrated plays in the English language. Throughout the play, Hamlet struggles with the death of his father and the swift remarriage of his mother to his father"'"s brother. In Act I, scene iv, his father"'"s ghost appears, urging Hamlet for revenge over his untimely murder (committed by his own brother). Taken aback by shock, Hamlet agrees with to revenge, '"'...with wings as swift / as meditation or the thoughts of love'"' (I.iv.29-30). After this visitation however, many critics proclaim Hamlet procrastinates action for various reasons…
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