Hamlet: "There Is a Divinity That Shapes Our Ends"
Hamlet: "When our deep plots do palls; and that should learn us. There is a divinity that shapes our ends. Rough-hew them how we will-" (V, 2, 9-11)
There are doubts to divinity as Hamlet explores this idea. During the play, Prince Hamlet often questions his existence. In one of his soliloquies, he was exceedingly desperate, yet fears to go into the mists of the unknown if he exonerates himself free from life.
In the beginning of the play, Hamlet had doubts about divinity as he believed that it's freewill and choices that paths one's future, not controlled by a greater power. When the Pri…
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