Hamlet: Act Three, Scene Two
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When you act out the play "The Murder of Gonzago" will you recite these lines that I wrote as well?
Sure thing, dear Hamlet. Just give me the lines and it will be easy for us. Tomorrow we shall perform for you.
Hamlet, I will help you with whatever you need me to do. What is your plan?
Hey Horatio! I have something to tell you. It was Claudius that killed my father. I have a plan to catch his conscience, but I need your help.
Sure Hamlet, I will watch him with you. If he seems guilty, I will detect that.
I am having the players act out the scene of my father's death. And, after, we will both our judgements join in censure of his seeming.
Thank you dear friend. I am warning you now that soon I will continue to act strangely.
Give me some light. Away!
I did. He seemed very guilty! The guilt must have overcome him as he ran out.
Did you think the same as I, Horatio? His face was telling.
The Queen is calling for you to speak with her in her room. She would not like to wait long for you.
I will go to her soon. I need a moment alone first. Leave me friends.
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