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Is Hamlet's inner conflict solved? If so, how?
Hamlet's inner conflict is truly only resolved at the end of the play, as he is dying. [ He realizes that his mother was not involved in his father's death, kills Claudius as revenge for the murder of his father, makes peace with Laertes, noting that neither one of them is truly at fault for what has happened between them, and asks Horatio to "report my cause aright" to those who question what
has happened. ]
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