Hamlet's general condition at end

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Can anyone explain Hamlet's condition at the end of the play, considering the line "but it is no matter"? A religious resignation, faith in Providence? A material change in his general outlook? A sad, indifferent self-abandonment?

-- edygd deuihdfiufd (barbutibaseball@aol.com), November 02, 2003


I'd say the first two.

-- catherine england (catherine england@fastmail.com.au), November 14, 2003.

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