Anakyze Hamlet's famous soliloquy. "To be or not to be" "Based on what he says in this speech, how has he changed, if at all from his first soliloquy (Oh that this too, too sulllied flesh should melt...."
When Hamlet speaks these lines he is
thinking that death is an option for his life. He
believes men typically have hard lives and
states, 'The slings and arrows of outrageous
fortune' contrasts with a life which consists of
a 'sea of troubles'.Hamlet is so
conflicted after the death of his father that he
weighs the benefits and drawbacks of living
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