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  •  ...If it assume my noble father's person/I'll speak to it though hell itself should gape...And bid me hold my peace...Let it be tenable in your silence still...
  • Hamlet to Horatio ACT 1 SCENE 2
  • My Duty to your honor.
  • Hamlet to Gertude and Claudius ACT 1 SCENE 2
  • You see, he poisons the king in his own garden to get the kingdom for himself. The king’s name is Gonzago. The original story was written in the finest Italian. You’ll see shortly how the murderer wins the love of Gonzago’s wife
  • Stop the play.
  • The king is getting up.
  • Hamlet talking to Gertude and Killing Polonius ACT 3 SCENE 4
  • Nay, I know not. Is it the king?
  • Oh, I am slain.
  •  What, ho? Help, help, help!
  • O me, what hast thou done?
  • This scene is important in the play because, it is when Hamlet is planning on speaking to his Fathers ghost. Horatio is warning Hamlet against speaking with the ghost since he is unsure of who's ghost it is. Hamlet on the other hand wants to speak with the ghost. He feels this way because he is extremely depressed and honestly has nothing to lose.
  • This part of the play is EXTREMELY important since it is when the King gets exposed. Hamlet is an actor in the play he created to send his message. He idea was to become as passive-aggressive as humanly possible, while still maintaining his composure. This scene brings out the bad-side of the King that we did not know about for sure yet.    
  • This scene and act is an essential part of the play. It's important because the during most of the play, Hamlet is trying to get across that the King is a fraud, and is not to be trusted. He goes into kill the King, Gertude thinks she's about to be killed. Hamlet hears something rustling behind the curtains and then kills innocent Polonius. The King now repents his sins and believes that everything will be alright. 
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