Read Hamlet's first Soliloquy carefully. What is it that is really bothering him about what has happened since his father's death?

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Act I Scene II

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In his first soliloquy, Hamlet expresses the depths of his melancholy and his disgust at his mother’s hastily marrying Claudius after the death of his father. He declares his father to be many times Claudius’ superior as a man.