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About what did the character Hamlet procrastinate?
Well, the ghost tells him in to "Revenge my most unnatural murder" and Hamlet doesn't do it until about three hours of play. But Hamlet is not really a procrastinator. [ He really only has one good chance at killing the king and passes on it because he thinks he will get a better chance. When he thinks that better chance has come, he doesn't hesitate: he stabs the man hiding in the curtains,
who turns out to be not the king at all. Basically the ball he left alone turned out to be a strike and the one he swung on he should have left alone. Killing a king is not an easy thing to plan out. You need to wait for an opportunity and take it when it comes, or you will be yet another in the long list of failed assassins. If Hamlet had rushed down from the battlements and broken into the place where the king was taking his rouse, waving a sword and attempting to stick it in Claudius in some hypothetical Act 1 Scene 6, the actor playing Hamlet would not have had to worry about learning any lines for the rest of the play. Hamlet would have been dead meat. ]
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User: About what did the character Hamlet procrastinate?

Weegy: Well, the ghost tells him in to "Revenge my most unnatural murder" and Hamlet doesn't do it until about three hours of play. But Hamlet is not really a procrastinator. [ He really only has one good chance at killing the king and passes on it because he thinks he will get a better chance. When he thinks that better chance has come, he doesn't hesitate: he stabs the man hiding in the curtains, who turns out to be not the king at all. Basically the ball he left alone turned out to be a strike and the one he swung on he should have left alone. Killing a king is not an easy thing to plan out. You need to wait for an opportunity and take it when it comes, or you will be yet another in the long list of failed assassins. If Hamlet had rushed down from the battlements and broken into the place where the king was taking his rouse, waving a sword and attempting to stick it in Claudius in some hypothetical Act 1 Scene 6, the actor playing Hamlet would not have had to worry about learning any lines for the rest of the play. Hamlet would have been dead meat. ]
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