Hamlet

To be or not to be: Is that really the question?

Traumatised by the emotional injury caused by his mother's hasty remarriage after the death of his father, and having no space left for mourning, Hamlet's state throughout the play reflects the human condition: caught up in the dualism between reason and emotion, between truth and lie, he is unable to make decisions about his life, his demeanour, his psyche. What is right and what is wrong? Moreover, in the face of life's mortality, is there really any such thing as right or wrong?