Choose the best answer from the following options about the "Too, too sullied flesh" soliloquy in Hamlet: When reading Hamlet's speach of "Too too Sullied Flesh" from lines 129 - 159, pick from the...

Choose the best answer from the following options about the "Too, too sullied flesh" soliloquy in Hamlet:

When reading Hamlet's speach of "Too too Sullied Flesh" from lines 129 - 159, pick from the following list of ideas. Select the one that reveals the most about the content and significance of this soliloquy and explain why: 


      a) Hamlet is depressed and would like to end his life.


      b) The death of his father is making Hamlet gloomy and angry.


      c) His mother's speedy marriage to his uncle angers him.


      d) He is upset that his uncle is now the king

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The best choice from this selection is choice C. Hamlet does mention suicidal thoughts at the beginning of the soliloquy , saying that he wishes God did not view "self slaughter" as a sin. Additionally, he is still grieving for his...

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