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Soliloquies are a form of monolog where the person is speaking without interruption and is normally speaking to no-one but themselves.  Hamlet has had seven soliloquies in this play in which he slowly reveals he’s own perspective.  Soliloquies are important to the story through the medium of a play because they provide the chance to tell the audience specific pieces of information which cannot be announced through a normal conversation.  Each of hamlets soliloquies reveal hamlets inner thoughts and regrets while slowly advances the play’s plot while creating an atmosphere for the senses to come.

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The first soliloquy which Hamlet conveys, gives the readers their opening glance at Hamlet’s character.  In his first quote of the soliloquy Hamlets states “O that this too solid flesh would melt,Thaw, and resolve itself into a dew!” which simply means he doesn’t want to exist any more which right of the bat tells us that Hamlet is experiencing thoughts of suicide or is leading up to it.  Then refers world as “an unweeded garden” where things are rank and gross. he directly speaks about how he longs for suicide but cannot because of his beliefs .   the main reason for hamlets depressed state is because of his mother’s quick remarriage  “It is not, nor it cannot come to good” (I, ii, 163), this quote refers to the marriage of the late king Hamlet’s brother and young Hamlet’s mother.  For time to not even pass by two month and the wife has already moved on and to be married too no less the brother of her former husband, Hamlet disapproved of this incestuous affair.  Hamlet later compares both kings to Hyperion to a satyr (old King Hamlet being Hyperion and King Claudius being a satyr) suggesting that Claudias can not and will not ever be able to be man that old King Hamlet was(I, ii,145).  Hamlet