once mor, hamlet curses himself for not avenging his father when others around him seem to have no problem taking action. once more, he does nothing. why?

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This is one of Hamlets tragic flaws. We see this throughout the play. Hamlet is a thinker. He muses about life, human nature, death, and the afterlife more than getting down to the business of vengeance.