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Hamlet holding YoricK's skull represents his closeness to death and realization of the true physical aspects of death. It also represents confusion in the to be or not to be speech. He is deciding whether it is better to be alive or dead or to have not existed at all. He mourns the fact that all that live must die and realizes that once dead, station and rank mean nothing and a king is as good as a beggar.

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