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Unpremeditated Moments In Hamlet

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Hamlet's detrimental characteristics, lead to killing several people in the play, which Ophelia dies from suicide, accidently killing Polonius, also he kills Claudius out of revenge. For instance, Hamlet’s murder of Polonius might have had some melodramatic shock value. Despite, a murderer of his father, killing someone out of dispute is depravity and immature, “ hamlet kills Polonius, mistaking him for Claudius…” However, Hamlet's obstacle in life gave him excuse to not take responsibility and disregard his moral standing. Although, Hamlet took irrational action against Polonius through impulse, unintentionally kills him, yet does not feel remorseful. Moreover, after experiences with violent and unpremeditated moments, “ but Hamlet knows-feels
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