Hamlet’s conversation

Throughout Hamlet’s conversation with Horatio, he says things like “There’s a divinity that shapes our ends” and “that was heaven ordinant.” Hamlet is convinced now more than ever that divine providence governs man’s life, and that things happen as they are meant to happen.

Explore well two examples of events in Act V where this is shown. Is this learning too late? Or like Providence, “happened as it was meant to happen”?

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