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What choice does Hamlet ultimately make by the conclusion of the “To be or not to be” soliloquy?
He triumphantly embraces life with a renewed commitment to the pursuit of happiness.
He halfheartedly chooses life because death is tempting but altogether too perplexing.
He chooses neither life nor death, but by choosing not to act, he chooses life by default.
He chooses death, but decides to postpone his suicide until after he has achieved his revenge.
He chooses death and decides to find the most immediate way he can end his life.