Unformatted text preview: engaged in real leadership of the Norwegian armies and expands his country's territory. Lastly, Hamlet’s hesitation is his major flaw. It is not that he considers revenge wrong or that he is happy about Claudius's behavior. He knows that Claudius killed his father and deserves death. However, instead of swiftly avenging his father, Hamlet hesitates by contemplating about right and wrong as well as considering the purpose of one’s existence, resulting in Hamlet’s inactivity for revenge....
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- Spring '11
- Hamlet, Gertrude, Characters in Hamlet, Hamlet Foils