Hamlet storyboard 1

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  • Polonius is questioning Ophelia about why Hamlet has been so sneaky with her.
  • "He hath, my lord, of late made many tenders of his affection to me"(I.iii.104).
  • "Arm'd, say you?" (I.ii.237).
  • "We do, my lord" (I.ii.237)
  • Hamlet is explaining to his mother about how she should not be in the bed tonight because he plans to kill Claudius tonight.
  • Polonius is spying on Hamlet and The Queen from behind the curtain and later gets killed because Hamlet thought it was Claudius.
  • Hamlet is speaking to the ghost, but The Queen cannot hear or see it and wonders about Hamlet.
  • Hamlet is speaking to himself, asking if he should kill himself or not. He later says no he cannot because he is a coward.
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