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Based on this section of the soliloquy, which best describes hamlet’s view of death? he is confident that things will be better after death. he is uncertain about what will happen in the afterlife. he believes that death is like taking a very long nap. he believes that his soul is lost if he kills himself.

Jeffrey Rodriguez

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Ashley Howard on September 29, 2018

The correct answer is - He is not sure about what is going to happen in the life after death.Hamlet famous soliloquy to be or not to be deals with life and death, more specifically, with suicide. The protagonist is contemplating suicide because he realizes that life is in vain when he is going to die anyway. However, he is interested in what happens after he dies.He is unsure about his future - perhaps there is a life after death, and perhaps there is not. In the end, he does not commit suicide, but rather decides to take revenge on his uncle for killing his father.

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