Hamlet Analysis of Soliloquy Act I, Scene ii, 129-159
Hamlet's first soliloquy strikes a note of despair and reveals his feelings towards life and the hasty marriage between his mother and his uncle. Hamlet wishes to "thaw and resolve [...] into a dew" but is restrained by the canon law that condemns him to eternal suffering in hell if he were to do so. Hamlet is disheartened and full of sorrow because he continues to mourn his father's death, but the primary source of his sadness is his mother's wedlock with his uncle.
Hamlet's tone is one of anguish. He desires to commit suicide because he considers his daily routine to be "weary, stale, f…
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