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Translation Of Hamlet's Soliloquies. Act 1 Scene 2 And Act 2 Scene 2

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ACT I Scene ii: Hamlet's soliloquyI wish I could just disappear, or if only suicide was acceptable. I have lost all joy in life, it is like an unweeded garden. It has been only two…no one month since my father's death. He was superior to Claudius as god is to a beast, and he was so good to my mother. She used to adore him and wept when he died yet within a month of his death, she married my uncle. Oh, why are women so weak? My, uncle is as much like my father as ...view middle of the document...

ACT II Scene ii: Hamlet's soliloquyI am nothing but a peasant, a slave. It's terrible that an actor can force himself to make up feelings, such sadness all for nothing. An actor could drown the crowd with tears and drive a guilty spectator crazy. But what could I possibly do, I do nothing but mope about. I am so uncourageous that I have not yet made plans for revenge. I have nothing to show at all for the king whose life was stolen. I am such a coward that no one would even a "villain". If I was not such a coward the vultures would already be feasting on that bloody, inhumane, remorseless villain.Oh but I will get my revenge. I will show that I am brave, I must seek revenge. But all I can do is stand here cursing like a whore. I need to formulate a plan… I've heard that a guilty man can be driven to confess his crimes by watching a play. Murder has no native tongue but it will speak to me. I will reenact the murder of my father and observe my uncle's reaction. The slightest flinch, or if he becomes pale I will know what to do. But I must be cautious, the apparition I saw may very well be the devil, and the devil can take any disguise he wishes to exploit my emotions and weakness. I need better evidence than just the ghost, and this play will do the trick

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