There is internal conflict within Hamlet about his own lack of action.

How did characters attempt to solve the problem/conflict?

What was the result in the end?

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Hamlet is internally conflicted throughout the play. He hates his lack of action,

Am I a coward?

Who calls me “villain”? Breaks my pate across?

Plucks off my beard and blows it in my face?

Hamlet does finally, "man up" ending this tragedy as a man of action.