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PostPosted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 2:04 pm 
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i read hamlet a couple of years ago for my english class andread the soliloquy(i think thats how its spelled)of to be or not be etcetc and just at the end just before the final fight when he kills his uncle and the poisoned blade etc( i cant remeber it very well so i apologize for the lack of details given) he talks to his friend ;" if it may came today it will not came tomorrow if it may not came tomowwr it will came today the readiness is all" i think thats how it goes again im sorry for the lack of details but it was two years or more ago, now my question its that this speech its a kind of answer to the rethorical question of the tobe or not to be ,becasue the "it" that will came might be death so this doubt has been keeping my mind troubled so who else agree with it or have any other input i just think interesting the resemblance, or maybe its just trying to find second tail on a cat ehehe.


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Yes, I think that may be over-analyzing things a bit. :)

Or, I completely missed some things.

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