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Ophelia and Polonius, Act 1 Scene 3 Ophelia Father talks to her on her love for Hamlet
Affection! Pooh, you speak like a green girl, Unsifted in such perilous circumstance. Do you believe his “tenders,” as you call them
I do not know, my lord, what I should think.
Look, sir—here it comes!
Horatio and Prince Hamlet, Act 1 Scene 4 They have seen the ghost of King Hamletl
Oh angels, protect us! Whether you’re a good spirit or a cursed demon, whether you bring heavenly breezes or blasts of hell fire, whether your intentions are good or evil, you look so strange I want to talk to you.
The king is staying up all night drinking and dancing. As he guzzles down his German wine,the musicians make a ruckus to celebrate his draining another cup.
Is that a tradition?
Hamlet is a bit upset, embarrassed, and mad that King Claudius is drinking and dancing all night. Act 1 , Scene 4
Yes, it is. but , should consider that tradition part of my own heritage, I think it would be better to ignore it than practice it
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