William Shakespeare 's ' Hamlet '

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William Shakespeare is known as the greatest writer in the English language. We don’t know much about this guy, but we know he had to be smart to write some poems and plays. With a deep understanding of human nature, he knows how to get all types of audiences to come to his plays more than once and also with other little things that we know helps us understand them more. To this day we still have people that read his plays and learn more and more things about them and his writings still have a big impact on us today. In the play “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare there are 3 messages from hamlet says a silique to be or not to be.
In the play “Hamlet” by Shakespeare hamlet is thinking about his life and if we still wants to live or not. With everything that have happened to him and his family is so messed up that he is thinking about killing himself. He has gone through a death of his father, a new dad which was his uncle, and the ghost of his dad telling him that this new dad killed him. These are some of the reasons why he said this famous line “To be, or not to be, that is the question” (line 63 act 3 scene 1 “Hamlet”) and in this line it’s basically saying to die or not to die. Most people don’t really know what this means they just know that it’s a famous line. Back in the day and even today christens frown on people who commit suicide and so I think that is one reason he didn’t kill himself but also to get revenge on his step dad for killing his real dad. One thing that…
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