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4. T. S. Eliot models Prufrock’s inability to make decisions upon which Shakesperean character?

a. King Lear

b. Romeo

c. Hamlet

d. Macbeth

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I'm going to go with Shakespeare's most famous man of indecision Hamlet. In the final section of the poem, Prufrock even references Hamlet in the play. He rejects the idea that he is Prince Hamlet suggesting that he is merely "an attendant lord" (112) whose purpose is to "advise the prince".