Hamlet

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  • HAMLET
  • Act 1
  • I am conflicted
  • Avenge me!
  • Act 2
  • “The play’s the thing, wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the king” (II.ii.581–582). You will perform this play I wrote in front of us.
  • “The play’s the thing, wherein I’ll catch the conscience of the king” (II.ii.581–582). You will perform this play I wrote in front of us.
  • Okey dokey
  • Act 3
  • I can't kill him because he would go to heaven and I don't want any half-arsed revenge I want him to burn in hell for
  • Hamlet speaks to his father's (King Hamlet's) ghost and discovers that Claudius murdered him. The ghost urges Hamlet to get revenge.
  • Act 4
  • I'll send a letter with Hamlet to England requesting that he be put to death for Polonius' murder
  • "Now cracks a noble heart.—Good night, sweet prince, And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest!— Why does the drum come hither?" (Act 5, scene 2)
  • Hamlet resolves to devise a trap for Claudius, forcing the king to watch a play whose plot closely resembles the murder of Hamlet’s father; if the king is guilty, he thinks, he will surely show some visible sign of guilt when he sees his sin reenacted on stage.
  • Act 5
  • Hamlet slips into Claudius' room to kill him but disovers him praying. Hamlet believes that it would not be full revenge unless Claudius cannot confess and goes to hell so he decide to kill him that night.
  • “My words fly up, my thoughts remain below” (III.iii.)
  • . The king tells Hamlet that he must leave at once for England.Alone with his thoughts, Claudius states his hope that England will obey the sealed orders he has sent with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. The orders call for Prince Hamlet to be put to death.
  • The queen is killed by Claudius' poison cup, Hamlet kills Claudius, Laertes kills Hamlet with the poison tip sword, and Hamlet manages to poison tip Laertes before he dies. Horatio is the only one left to tell the story.
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