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Hamlet: Alright, I will obey you, Mother. Narrator: Hamlet only agreed to stay because his mother asked him too. He wants to make her happy and staying at the company will allow his mother to keep her position, as well as give Hamlet a chance to find out more information before accusing Claudius of anything.
Claudius: That is a loving and fair reply. Let's all go out to lunch in celebration of this wonderful new beginning of our company. I'm paying!
Hamlet: I wish self-slaughter was not a sin. Oh God! This world is weary, stale, flat, and unprofitable. My father has only been dead two months-- no, not even two. He makes Claudius look like a newbie when it comes to leading a company.
Hamlet: He was so loving to my mother that she would hang on him. Yet within a month, she has already promoted Claudius to CEO. An animal would have mourned longer! No good can come from his promotion.
Hamlet: My heart is broken but for now, I must hold my tongue.
Narrator: You can see that Hamlet is going through a crisis, as he was pacing back and forth while delivering his soliloquy. His words seemed so full of conviction, but at the end, he went back to his true indecisive self and decided not to act on his feelings yet. This is it for now, but who knows what Hamlet might do next in this time of tragedy.
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