Hamlet - The Soliloquy
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Full Character Analysis of Hamlet, perceptions of the Ghost in Hamlet by William Shakespeare. To die" as an anapest foot, since the two unstressed syllables don't run together.) The use of opposing in context continues the metaphor of armed struggle begun by "take arms" in the previous line. Be here is used in its definition of "exist." Note the colons signifying two caesuras (pauses) in the opening line. Sea of troubles is a fairly simple metaphor in this usage that compares Hamlet's troubles (sufferings) to the vast and seemingly the Provinces and the Federal System boundless sea. When we have shuffled off this mortal coil, Must give us pause. At least that makes the line predominantly iambic pentameter. Hamlet now elaborates on his proposition; the question actually concerns existence when faced with suffering. By the end of this soliloquy, however, he finally realizes, But that dread of something after death, / The undiscoverd country, from whose bourn / No traveler returnspuzzles the will / And makes us rather bear those ills we have" (III.
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