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Act 2: Scene 1
Mad for thy love!
My lord, I do not know, But truly I do fear it.
Act 2: Scene 2
Your noble son is mad.
Act 2: Scene 2 Hamlet's Soliloquy
The play's the thing Wherein I'll catch the conscience of the king.
Ophelia tells Polonius that Hamlet came into her sewing room with no hat, an open jacket and filthy/unfastened stockings. Polonius then tells Ophelia that Hamlet is mad because he is in love with her and decides to tell the King.
Polonius tells the King that Hamlet is mad because he has forbidden Ophelia to be romantically involved with him. Polonius then suggests that he and King Claudius should eavesdrop on Hamlet when Ophelia returns his gifts to him. The King agrees.
Hamlet reveals his intentions for requesting the performance of The Murder of Gonzago and adding original lines to the play. The play will reenact the death as the ghost described in hopes of seeing Claudius act guilty, proving the ghost is real.
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