What figurative or symboloic images of apprehension, sickness, decay,and disorder does Shakespeare use in order to introduce concept in Denmark? This is in Act 1

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In a soliloquy by Hamlet in Act I, he describes Denmark as a garden possessed by "things rank and gross in nature." "There's something rotten in the state of Denmark" is probably the most famous example.