In Hamlet, what kind of person is Hamlet in relation to everyone else around him?

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Hamlet is a character who is shown to be remarkably sensitive compared to the other characters around him. This is hardly surprising when we remember what he has endured in recent months with the death of his father, and the usurping of the crown that should be rightfully his by his uncle, followed by Claudius' marriage to Hamlet 's mother. This experience is something that makes him incredibly introspective, far more than all other characters, and also makes him ask deep, philosophical...

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