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too too solid flesh

January 25, 2012

To Marcellus and Barnardo, Horatio suggests:  “Let us impart what we have seen tonight / Unto young Hamlet” (1.1.169-170).

Later, in Hamlet’s first soliloquy, we see further into his character than we have before that point.

What central aspects emerge from this speech, and how do these aspects suggest he will respond to the ghost?

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