to be or not to be soliloquy questions

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Agnieszka Wynar Mrs. Mancini AP Literature and Composition 1 December 2008 To be or not to be soliloquy 1. To be or not to be what? This soliloquy begins with the famous line “To be or not to be.” For Hamlet at the moment it is a question of great importance; it is the question of life and death. He is questioning whether he should kill himself or go on like this and endure life as it unfolds. 2. What would be some slings and arrows? " The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune" is the to be option. Some slings and arrows would be to take action and overcome obstacles in life to reach ones goal. They are the strings that pull one from killing oneself. 3. What are you doing if you take arms against a sea of troubles? "To take arms against a sea of troubles” is the not to be option. You are turning to the easiest way of getting rid of pain; death. By taking arms against all your troubles, you are committing suicide and along with that killing the troubles. 4.
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