THE DEVELOPMENT OF THOUGHTS THROUGH DEBATE, MORAL ALTERNATIVES, AND DOUBTS.
The development of thoughts through debate, .
moral alternatives, and doubts in seven soliloquies.
Resulting from concise thoughts, the choices Hamlet makes reflects upon his character throughout his seven soliloquies. When Hamlet decides to accept his limitations of himself as well as his fate, he finds peace along with happiness. Through each soliloquy Hamlet debates his choices and at times even doubts himself, but through all this he takes a journey that reveals his true character. Hamlet grows from a person who knows nothing about himself, and eventually finds himself and ends up accepting his fathers fate as his own. Each soliloquy opens presents Hamlet as an pensive character because he thinks deep with each word that escapes his mouth.
The development of thoughts through debate, moral alternatives, and doubts in seven soliloquies .
To fulfill the life made for himself, to accept his father's and his own fate, and to realize who he is as a person, Hamlet leads himself on an journey of self-discovery because of his soliloquies filled with private debates, moral alternatives, and doubts. Through individual quest for one's self, Hamlet not only finds himself, but also learns to accept who he is and where he comes from. During his journey of discovery, Hamlet's thoughts in his soliloquies support the overall themes of suffering, sorrow, and guilt, while contributing to revealing his introspective character.
Within each soliloquy, Hamlet speaks his deepest thoughts which in turn expose private debates. While thinking, "To be or not to be, that is the question: weather "tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles, and by opposing end them," Hamlet literally debates weather to fight life or deal with it (III, i, 56-60).