Need philosophy help with Thoughts on "Shakespeare"

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  • Discuss your reaction to the character of Hamlet in the two (2) soliloquies from the text. Consider the extent to which you sympathize with him and / or think he is self-absorbed. Explain the manner in which the literary form of soliloquy shapes your view of Hamlet. Identify one (1) or two (2) lines (except "To be, or not to be") that you find interesting or favor, and explain your choice.

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Muhammad A82
School: UCLA

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It is quite right one who read Shakespeare`s tragedy sympathize with Hamlet. Shakespeare lead his every character  to a highest level of emotional instability and then he made them do things which become regret for his characters. That is what he did to Hamlet. As Hamlet was very strong and powerful character, he loved his father, he came to know that his mother was unfaithful to his father. As far the circumstances Hamlet have to go through one simply got feeling of sympathy to Hamlet. 

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