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Act 4. Scene 1.
"O heavy deed!"
Hamlet has slain Polonius.
Act 4. Scene 5.
who killed my father?!!!
Calm down, Hamlet did.
Act 4. Scene 7.
Ophelia has drowned.
In this scene, the king speaks to his wife. She has just told him of the death of Polonius and the cause. She also tells him of his "madness" when he was speaking to the air, which was really his fathers ghost the queen couldn't see. He then calls Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. I thought this scene was pretty funny due to how she explained it to the king.
In this scene Laertes has returned due to the death of his father and he is furious. He comes to the king demanding to know what ahd happened and who was responsible for his fathers death. Then the king and him eventually conspire together for a plan to kill Hamlet. I don't rally like their plan, instead of dueling Hamlet to the death Laertes wants to poison his sword.
The queen has interrupted the king and Laertes and has told them that Ophelia has drowned, i found this not surprising. As soon as she had signs of depression, I predicted so would off herself.
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