Paraphrase Hamlets soliloquey from Act 3 Scene 1: "To be or not to be, that is the question: whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune..."
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I could do this but a paraphrase for this can so easily be found on the internet. Much of his famous soliloquy has to do with offing himself because he's depressed and his mother is having sex with his uncle. Still Hamlet muses about the afterlife, "The undiscovered country from whose bourn. No traveler returns". Is he doing his uncle a favour by killing him? Is Hamlet damning himself by killing his uncle? Hamlet laments the metaphysical pros and cons of killing himself ad nauseam. You see, this is why Hamlet never gets anything done. His revenge is loaded with way too much intellectual baggage! Just type in "To be or not to be" paraphrase or translation in your search engine and you will find a line by line paraphrase.