The Afterlife And Suicide In Hamlet

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Hamlet’s nature causes him to contemplate the physically of death and its most intimate complications. In Act 1, Hamlets is torn and tortured by grief and misery from the death of his father and the incestuous marriage of his mother with Claudius. So much so, Hamlet considers suicide but restrains himself from doing so due to the possibility of eternal suffering in the afterlife. Hamlet again goes further into contemplation of the afterlife and suicide, in his infamous “To be or not To be” soliloquy. He states in “To be or not To be” that the afterlife is an undiscovered world, and that no one has ever returned. The questions regarding afterlife have plagued earth since its beginning, and those questions keep people of the world stuck in
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