His untimely death was marked by intense mourning at the court, as well it should have been for a man of his position.However, Gertrude's marriage to Claudius before a month of mourning had passed could be interpreted as a breach of protocol.
The association of Hamlet with "mere words" is strengthened by his penchant for ingenious but pointless verbal banter and highlighted by the inordinate number of soliloquies assigned to him by the playwright. (The entire section is 1,247 words.) Perhaps one of the most perplexing problems a modern audience may have with Shakespeare's Hamlet is the obvious question: what takes him so long to act on the Ghost's request for revenge?
The tenants of this castle include the King's minister, Polonius, and his family, Laertes and Ophelia, as well as a coterie of government officials (Cornelius and Voltemand), guards (Marcellus and Bernardo and their companies), and courtiers (Osric, for example).
In this environment, to have even a small amount of privacy is almost impossible since there is always someone somewhere.
Among them are his public role in the monarchy of Denmark, his education, and the environment of Elsinore.
Hamlet is first and foremost the Prince of Denmark.