Hamlet Act 4

Hamlet Act 4

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  • May I speak to the king alone Rosencrantz and Guildenstern?
  • Hamlet! Oh my dearest Hamlet is in a horrible and angry mood!
  • If it would have been me, he would have killed me. Hamlet would have taken my life instead of Polonius
  • Hamlet is in a fretful mood, he has become angry with me and I cannot stop his state of mind. Also, he has killed Polonius before my eyes.
  • Rosencrantz! Guildenstern! Come here this instant!
  • Go find Hamlet at once!
  • Yes sir!
  • The body has been safely disposed of
  • The body is with the king, but the king is not with the body
  • Where is the body young Hamlet?
  • You are spies of the mighty Claudius! Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, you are not worthy of my knowledge! Take me to Claudius, take me to Claudius.
  • Polonius has fallen at the hand of Hamlet. I plan to send Hamlet away to England
  • He is being eaten by worms, find him in heaven or hell
  • Where is the body of Polonius? What have you done with his body?
  • Okay, okay! He is under the staircase near the castle lobby, I disposed of him there.
  • Speak now!
  • Yes sir my lord
  • Go ask the King of Denmark for an order of permission to walk on his land!
  • War is at hand, over land.  We are going to fight soon, be on the lookout.
  • We are on our way to England
  • Oh how cowardly to fight over something so obsolete! I will make sure to grasp my revenge on Claudius and my intentions are to harm him.
  • Farewell captain, and thank you for the news!
  • Farewell young Hamlet, good luck with your bloody plot.
  • I do not wish to speak to that naughty and foul girl
  • Her sadness has become the better of her, she should be shown sympathy
  • Also, Laertes has creeped his way back from France
  • Bloo Blah *going crazy* Blah Blah Bloo 
  • This behavior has become because of the death of her father, as she seems to not be the only one
  • Laertes! Take respite and listen to my words
  • I have come to take the throne back, to seek revenge for my father's death
  • *loud noise*
  • Nice to meet you today lads. How goes the fishing?
  • Very good actually. We have come here to give you a letter from Hamlet.
  • It also states that he has things to tell about Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Now follow me men, to the king
  • The letter says that young Hamlet's ship was captured and has been brought back to Denmark. Also, you two lads need to speak to the King and Queen
  • Was there anything else?
  • Hello my liege, these here fishermen have news to tell you
  • I must not blame Hamlet for the death of Polonius because of how significant and loved he is in this kingdom, they would turn against us
  • You, Laertes, deserve to get revenge on young Hamlet
  • I am fortunate that Hamlet has returned, so my revenge will be even quicker
  • I believe Hamlet deserves to be killed at the hand of your own Laertes
  • Of course I can not just murder Hamlet, that would be way too blatant and would end up in my death
  • Perhaps you could trick him into a game to the death!
  • I am going to arrange a battle between you two and that is your chance for revenge on young Hamlet
  • Perhaps a duel or a joust of some kind
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