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The Fear of Death in Hamlet
Fear of Death in Hamlet.
To be, or not to be, that is the question (III.
This line is quite possibly one of the most famous in the history of English literature.
Hamlet muses on the comparison of the pain of life and the fear of the uncertainty of death.
He is unsure on what death will bring and fears the.
Can death come out and play?,