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Polonius Act I Scene Three
I shall obey, my lord.
Ay, springes to catch woodcocks...As to give words or talk with the Lord Hamlet. Look to 't, I charge you. Come your ways.
Polonius Act II Scene 1
No my good Lord. But as you did command I did repel his fetters and denied his access to me.
That hath made him mad. I am sorry that with better judgement I had not quoted him...Come.
Polonius Act III Scene
Polonius gives horrific advice to Ophelia because he thinks that he is always right and does the worst for his daughter. This shows that Polonius is alwasy inserting himself where he doesn't need to be.
In scene he obviously taken aback when he finds that he was wrong and insitsts that she still follows his orders.
Hamlet stabbing Polonius is just the cherry on top to show that Polonius gets into trouble by just being near where he shouldn't.
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