Essay heading: A Critical Analysis Of Shakespeare's Hamlet

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His personal struggle is revealed to the audience in scene one of the third act. In this scene Hamlet recites his famous "To be or not to be- that is the question:" (Act 3 Scene 1 line 64) speech. Here the the audience truly realizes that Hamlet is torn two ways in his life. To be or not to be, essentially is Hamlet debating on whether he should toil the pains of living in such a harsh world and fight to avenge his father's murder or take his own life...
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Here the the audience truly realizes that Hamlet is torn two ways in his life. To be or not to be, essentially is Hamlet debating on whether he should toil the pains of living in such a harsh world and fight to avenge his father's murder or take his own life. Hamlet is confused as to whether he should avenge his father's death when he himself, as Sigmund Freud's "Oedipus Rex Complex" suggests, wished to murder his father to gain all of his mother's attention...
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