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  • Act I, Scene I, Lines 0-49
  • Stay! Speak! Speak!
  • It looks like the dead king...
  • You've offended it!
  • Hamlet's Ghost
  • Marcellus
  • Act I, Scene I, Lines 50-140
  • It was about to speak...
  • Should I hit it with my spear?
  • Speak You Hallucination!
  • Act I, Scene I, Lines 141-174
  • I have heard something similar
  • I've heard that a rooster crow makes all of the ghosts go back into hiding
  • We should tell young Hamlet what we've seen
  • Act 1.1 "Looks it not like the king? Mark it, Horatio." Here, Barnardo notices that ghost looks like the dead king, and suspicion rises between the 3 of them.
  • Act I, Scene II, Lines 0-128
  • Horatio
  • Barnardo
  • Why are you so gloomy?
  • Act 1.1 "We do it wrong, being so majestical, To offer it the show of violence, For it is, as the air, invulnerable," They learn that they cannot threaten such a thing with violence
  • Act I, Scene II, Lines 129-195
  • I see my father in my imagination. He was a great man...
  • Act 1.1 "Let’s do ’t, I pray, and I this morning know Where we shall find him most conveniently." Marcellus says to come and find the ghost again, as he knows where it will be.
  • Act I, Scene II, Lines 196-257
  • Did he speak? Are you sure it was him?
  • Act 1.2 "Not so, my lord. I am too much i' the sun." Hamlet said this because Claudius and Gertrude are concerned about Hamlet's feelings as he dresses in dark clothes and looks gloomy. Hamlet denies this though he is sad because of the marriage shortly after his father's death.
  • I am the complete opposite of gloomy!
  • Claudius
  • My mother didn't hesitate to marry Claudius...
  • Gertrude
  • Act 1.2 "My lord, I think I saw him yesternight. My lord, the king your father." Horatio says this to Hamlet after Hamlet says that he sees his father in his imagination.
  • My father! He's alive?
  • but, I have seen your dead father. Two guards have also spotted him.
  • Act 1.2 "I will watch tonight. Perchance 'Twill walk again." Hamlet says this to Horatio after he explained that they have spotted a figure that is full armored and looks much like the dead king. Hamlet then decides to stand guard tonight to spot him.
  • I need to see this for myself
  • No he didn't speak, though we are sure it was your father. It was about to speak when a rooster crowed and it vanished.
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