The last Soliloquy within "Hamlet"
-The speaker is hamlet again. The context within the play is yet another character development.
-The main point of his speech is that he can't seem to take a task to its end, when others are able to do so. The development is shows a change in Hamlets thoughts. He is now fully concentrated on killing the king. This thought is purged along by the fact of what Fortinbras is doing. He is taking his soldiers to take over a piece of land that is worthless and people would die in the act. This makes Hamlet wonder as to why he cannot do the same with king, although he even has reason to do it.
- Considerations about Shakespeares "Romeo and Juliet"
- The last Soliloquy within "Hamlet"
- William Somerset Maugham "The Moon and the Sixpence"
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