Question:I have to paraphrase one of Hamlet's soliloquy from Hamlet. So can someone help me paraphrase this one?
"To die, to sleep,
To sleep! perchance to dream, ay, there's
For in that sleep of death what dreams may come
When we have shuffl'd off this mortal coil,
Must give us pause: there's the respect
That makes calamity of so long life;
This is spoken by two people Hamlet (sane and insane self). It starts out spoken by the insane self then ends with the sane self.
To die or to sleep. While in sleep dreams will come but while dead what dreams can possibly come. When we have casted over the ropes that bind us to earthly existence. There is the reason on way there is so many troubles in life.
Death seems so simple but, and it is a large but.
What happens when we die, no one knows and so all of us are afraid to find out.
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they are the same we must think seriously about what truly living is that s a problem in itself
Hopefully dying will be as sleeping. Maybe a chance to dream. We will have peace from a long life of misery.
To sleep, to dream, to rest, that's the way it is. :)
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