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After facing the ghost of his deceased father, Hamlet understands he must avenge him. Though, through all of his efforts to murder Claudius, he's frequently delayed by his guilty conscience. He habitually second guesses himself and backs down when the moment to kill Claudius arises. Much Hamlet's deep dedication for his mother, Gertrude, comes in to play. He is becomes obsessed with her and the fact that Claudius violated her. Each one of these distractions influence Hamlet's capacity to make decisions. His indecisiveness alters the length of this storyline and makes life more challenging for him. Hamlet first learns of his father's death in act one, scene five (1000). He understands that he has to avenge his dad when the ghost tells him "Revenge his foul and most unnatural murder". Hamlet assures himself that he will follow through with the ghost's request. But, he must first make certain that the ghost was telling the truth. Hamlet needs to get proof before he can commit a murder. Even though the ghost is upset with Gertrude's incestuous behaviour, he tells Hamlet to keep Gertrude from the revenge scheme and direct her to heaven. Hamlet agrees to the ghost's proposal but he's still unable to keep his word to the ghost. He has been obsessed with his mother's sexual relationship with Claudius. Hamlet's dependence to Gertrude is so complicated the ghost yields in act three, scene four, to remind Hamlet that his primary aim is to kill Claudius, not to exploit his mommy. In act two, scene two (1021), Hamlet admits he's delaying killing Claudius. "O vengeance! Why exactly what an ass am I, that is brave, I, the son of a dear father murdered, prompted to my revenge by heaven and hell, must like a whore unpack my heart with words ". Hamle...