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Revenge in Hamlet
Shakespeare's Hamlet revolves around the title character's undeniable obligation to immediately avenge his father's death by killing Claudius. Yet much time elapses before Hamlet finally does slay his evil uncle, leading to a fundamental question: what causes the hero to delay before eventually managing to salvage some retribution? The answer is that Hamlet's reoccuring state of impractical contemplation renders him incapable of any decisive action that could have brought quick revenge. A key moment in the play comes in the first act, when the ghost of Hamlet's father informs the prince of…
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