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It will not speak; i will follow it. (1.4)
Do not, my lord. (1.4)
Rising Action 1
Give me some light: away! (3.2)
Rising Action 2
How now! a rat? Dead, for a ducat, dead! (3.4)
It is around midnight and Horatio along with Hamlet are expecting to see the ghost of Hamlets father. Horatio had already seen the figure before hand and told Hamlet about it. Hamlet decides to try to have an encounter that night and succeeds. The ghost figure beacons him to go with him but Horatio begs for Hamlet not to, Hamlet goes anyways.
In this scene, Hamlet planned a play that replicated his fathers murder. He showed it to everyone because he wanted to get a reaction out of Claudius in order to confirm him guilty of the crime or not. As suspected, he reacted and demanded the play to be stopped, giving hamlet the reaction he needed and the motive to get revenge.
Here is the first real action where we begin to question weather or not Hamlets madness is real or still an act. Murder is something serious especially if it was i guess spontaneous as Hamlets.
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