Even after nearly five centuries since Hamlet was first published, scholars continue to attempt a newer, fresher perspective of this enigmatic and fascinating play. The prominence of this play is such that academic disciplines of many diverse types contribute to the plethora of interpretations based on the perspective of their various disciplines. However, whatever new interpretation of Hamlet may be published, one of the topics of discourse that never seems to wane in interest is
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ought to do, which was to avenge the death of his father. Even though opportunities worked against him and his own lack of action kept him from resolving this conflict quickly, Hamlet, in the end, was able to subject himself to fate since his soul was ready for whatever would happen. To that end, Hamlet's self succeeded in its task through the proper interpretation of his self in terms of his soul and his fate.