Hamlet’s soliloquy from Act III, Scene i. - Ericka White

Hamlet’s soliloquy from Act III, Scene i. - Ericka White

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  • Claudius and Gertrude are discussing Hamlet's behavior.
  • Why do you think Hamlet is acting the way he is acting
  • I don't know, but I've noticed his behavior too. He's been acting strange.
  • Claudius and Polonius are spying on Hamlet and Ophelia's conversation.
  • How are you doing today Hamlet?
  • Not so good.
  • Hamlet is walking around considering whether or not to take his life.
  • "To be or not to be? That is the question."
  • Hamlet sees Ophelia coming, she has order from Polonius to give back the token of love Hamlet gave her. Hamlet is so mad he denies even having love for Ophelia.
  • I have to give you back your token of love.
  • I never loved you anyway.
  • Cladius think that it is more to Hamlet's anger then just the love he has for Ophelia. He decided to send Hamlet away to England, hoping it will help Hamlet get his act together.
  • I think there is more to Hamlet's anger than his love for Ophelia. I think I'll send him to England to see if it can help him.
  • SCENE. 
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