What range of emotions does he seem to go through in this speech? Where do you see each?

Act 4 Scene 4 

Hamlet's soliloquy

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Hamlet is impressed with young Fortinbras. He marvels at Fortinbras's courage and action. While Fortinbras is violent and decisive, Hamlet berates himself for thinking too much and essentially being a coward. Hamlet feels ashamed of himself but at the same time feels inspired by Young Fortinbras to become a man of action.