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Who says Not so my lord, I am too much ithsun?

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Answered May 10, 2019

Hamletis the correct answer. Hamlet speaks this famous line in the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. The complete title of the game is The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark but often called Hamlet for short. It is about Prince Hamlet, who is going to avenge the death of his father, the King of Denmark, against Claudius.

Claudius is his blood-related uncle who killed his brother to be on the throne. This line by Hamlet has various interpretations, but one interesting point of view of this line is Hamlet could be suicidal and does not want to see the sunlight anymore. He could be saying that he does not want to live anymore because he gets heartbroken to the death of his father.

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Answered Sep 13, 2017

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