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He is confronted with a society which only hope to solve its problems was the wisdom they saw in Oedipus. As described by Jennifer Lewin, Oedipus demonstrating his “admirable leadership skills and noble intentions”, had already sent Creon to seek for the god’s will when the priest requested action. Even though, Oedipus preferred man’s reasoning instead of the god’s advice there were several issues for which he respec... ... middle of paper ... ...osing a fate caused the actions which led to it could we say it is truly destiny? Works Cited DiYanni, Robert. Literature: Reading Fiction, Poetry and Drama.
His mind is tainted by the thought that if he were to avenge while Claudius is “praying”, Claudius would go to heaven. Essentially in this soliloquy, William Shakespeare reveals the moral problems associated with committing revenge in a corrupt world. Again, Hamlet finds a way to excuse himself fro... ... middle of paper ... ... not to be’ speech. Each of the characteristics of Hamlet’s sixth soliloquy reflected the principle elements of Hamlet and because of that my understanding of the play improved. I was pushed to read more closely into the play and in doing so found many similarities between this particular speech and the thoughts and actions of Hamlet.
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