Hamlet’s “To Be or Not to Be” Soliloquy

The definition of Shakespeare’s to be or not to be has taken diverse course, each with historical, textual, and otherwise based. In essence, Hamlet’s soliloquy questions the morality of life over death, but most of the speech emphasize the topic of death. Hamlet’ is motivated to live and realize his revenge despite the circumstances.

“To be or not to be” is among the most famous English canons. However, the context it has been used goes past Hamlet. The metaphysical question does not pose the question of living like this or killing oneself, instead he asks “to be or not to be.” Hamlets wording gives interpreters freedom to come up with diverse interpretations. He adopt the most vital English verbs, there cannot be English communication without the verb “be” and the indefinite ‘to be.” He does use any specific noun or pronoun, and or provide the simplest English counterargument. He completes the verb with the prefix “not.” Hamlet attaches no one, not even himself to the problems....