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The major internal conflict in Hamlet is the tension created within Hamlet by his tendency to ____ rather than ___.
think rather than to act
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User: The major internal conflict in Hamlet is the tension created within Hamlet by his tendency to ____ rather than ___.



Weegy: think rather than to act
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User: The catastrophe in Hamlet occurs in the ____ scene with the death of ____ following that of Gertrude, Claudius, and Laertes.

Weegy: (III.iv.22) Polonius
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User: Something that can be perceived by the senses?

Weegy: Perception
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