Hamlet Act 3 Scene 3 Soliloquy Analysis

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The soliloquy by Hamlet in Act 3, Scene 3 (page 1294) reveals that Hamlet is in doubt to whether or not kill Claudius as he is praying right then and there. The images depicted in this monologue defines Hamlet's character as it shows his burning desire for revenge. Hamlet's character in the beginning of the play was a scared and confused one and as the play progresses he becomes maddened and is indecisive. Key phrases from his soliloquy such as, “A villain kills my father; and for that, I, his sole son, do the same villain send to heaven,” (lines 76-78) summarizes Hamlet's monologue as a whole for the reason that it provides the audience information about the characters characteristics and reveals a significant portion of the character. The visualization of murder through sinful deeds allows Hamlet to be relieved that Claudius will go to hell and carries on as an aid. …show more content…
This dark imagery suggests that deep down, Hamlet is just as cruel as Claudius were. The madness for revenge has made him into a beast and makes him crazy for his father's