2018, Volume 1, Issue 14, Pages 45-60
AbstractIn the tragedy of Hamlet by William Shakespeare , there are eleven soliloquies uttered by the protagonist of the play ''Hamlet'' , king Claudius and Ophelia . In this paper , the emphasis will be on the soliloquies uttered by the central character of the play ''Hamlet''
He said seven soliloquies , these soliloquies show the feelings , the tendencies and psychological aspects of Hamlet . The reader will be familiar with the reasons which prevent Hamlet to take revenge , although the play is about revenge . There are several opportunities to kill Claudius but Hamlet does not make use of them . He is hesitant to take revenge although he is sure that his uncle is the murderer of his father
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