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In this scene we see Claudius giving his Inauguration Speech with Hamlet and Gertrude in the the room. During the scene Claudius and Gertrude tell Hamlet to stop being upset over King Hamlet's Death. Hamlet gets angry at his mother.
In this first soliloquy of Hamlet he reveals that he wishes that suicide was not a sin and how he is angry that his mother married his uncle in a short amount of time after his Father's death. His anger doesn' just go towards Claudius and his mother but women in general too.
When Hamlet sees the ghost for the first time he is astound that it looks just like King Hamlet, his father. The ghost points to a direction and wants him to follow it but Horatio and Marcellus attempt to stop him. Hamlet is eager to know why the ghost wants him to follow him.
The ghost reveals to Hamlet that he has been murdered by his own brother, poisoned in the ear. Hamlet is shocked; once his comrades caught up to Hamlet. Hamlet told them all that was said and demands them to vow by his sword to never speak of what has happened. Hamlet reflects on his hate for his mother
Ophelia discusses with her father, Polonius, her interaction with Hamlet after he has seen the ghost. Hamlet is acting as if he has gone insane towards Ophelia. Polonius believes that Hamlet is madly in love her and is unable to control himself. This cause Ophelia to worry about her Hamlet and her safety, while Polonius sees this as a good opportunity to tell the King.
Hamlet denies ever sending love letters to Opelia and denies ever loving her. Hamlet acts all mad with Ophelia and Polonius keeps believing Hamlet is madly in love her daughter. After Hamlet's conversation with Ophelia he talks with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern and they reveal that king and queen want them to spy on Hamlet. Hamlet loses all trust with the people around him.
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