Shakespeare

Shakespeare

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  • He does confess he feels himself distracted.But from what cause he will by no means speak(3,1,5-6).
  • For we have closely sent for Hamlet hither,That he, as ’twere by accident, may here afront Ophelia (3,2,30-1).
  • To be or not to be—that is the question (3,1,64).
  • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern report Hamlet’s behaviours to the King and Queen and Polonius.
  • Get thee to a nunnery (3,1,123).
  • Heavenly powers, restore him! (3,1,137)
  • They decide to send Ophelia to test the real reason that causes Hamlet to go mad and crazy.
  • I have in quick determinationThus set it down: he shall with speed to England (3,1,169).
  • But yet do I believeThe origin and commencement of his griefSprung from neglected love (3,1,176).
  • Hamlet enters and delivers the most famous speech in literature, beginning, “To be or not to be—that is the question” (3,1,64).
  • Let his queen mother all alone entreat himTo show his grief...And I’ll be placed (3,1,181).
  • Hamlet sees Ophelia. He questions her honesty then berates Ophelia, telling her off sarcastically and venomously, with the refrain, “Get thee to a nunnery” (3,1,123).
  • The King does not believe that Hamlet is mad because of his foiled love for Ophelia, whereas Polonius persists in his belief that Hamlet has gone crazy for her daughter.
  • Polonius and the King plan to arrange a private interview between Hamlet and Gertrude. Polonius is hoping to find out the truth for Hamlet’s madness by overhearing their conversation.
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