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Which statement best captures Hamlet’s state of mind in the soliloquy at the end of Act II, Scene ii?
He feels repelled by the idea of revenge-seeking and wishes to avoid committing an act of violence.
He feels conflicted because although he fears the consequences of taking revenge, he feels compelled to act.
He feels disgusted by his own cowardice and curses his failure to enact revenge against his uncle.
He feels desperate to share the ghost’s tale with others but fears that doing so would jeopardize his plan for revenge.
He wants to end his misery by killing himself, and feels that the play will be the last worthy endeavor of his life.