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What state of mind does Hamlet reveal in his first soliloquy, spoken after the departure of Claudius and Gertrude in Act I, Scene ii?
He is angry and wishes he could kill Claudius.
He is suicidal and wishes he would die.
He is disgusted with his mother and wishes she would die.
He is disgruntled and wishes he were king.
He is sad and wishes he could be left alone with his tears.