In what manner is hamlet to be treated at the plays end, do you believe he deserves this?

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As a final irony, Fortinbras misunderstands the dead prince, and gives him a soldier’s funeral. Though we know very little of him, it seems that Fortinbras is the anti-Hamlet – a man who can only understand others in light of his own simple and straight-forward mind. Hamlet, because he was a prince, was probably a soldier, so he is given a soldier’s burial. In an exact opposite way, Hamlet finds a universe of variety within his own mind; he explores the world from many perspectives, searches many questions, revolves all but resolves nothing.In many ways Fortinbras and Hamlet were character foils. Despite Fortinbras's confusion, Hamlet would have appreciated the soldier's burial.