In the book “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare and a piece of dialog from the movie “Easy Rider” there lies a similarity between freedom and the value of life

In the book “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare and a piece of dialog from the movie “Easy Rider” there lies a similarity between freedom and the value of life.
Freedom normally comes down to a simple act of choice by a person. In the play “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare, he broods over the fear of death that prevents people from escaping or confronting painful situations in life. In Hamlet’s “to be or not to be” soliloquy, he confronts many issues in his life, and is deciding whether or not to live through the hardful struggles he was facing or to put it all to an end. Something big that is taught at a young age is to never give up, no matter that obstacle thrown at you. Hamlet was so deeply blinded by his emotions of his father’s death and was not seeing the essential “value of life.”