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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