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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
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  • Hamlet’s soliloquy, you know; the most celebrated thing in Shakespeare.
  • .Mr. Kean Also: (by special request) Hamlet’s Immortal Soliloquy!
  • The duke told him, and then says: "I’ll answer by doing the Highland fling or the sailor’s hornpipe; and you—well, let me see—oh, I’ve got it—you can do Hamlet’s soliloquy."

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  • Perhaps the best known soliloquy is written by Shakespeare in Hamlet:  "To be, or not to be: that is the question..."
  • By the end of his soliloquy Hamlet concludes that he should not murder Duncan.

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