Hamlet: The Drowning of Ophelia
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The scene begins with King Claudius and Horatio looking on at Ophelia, bewildered and confused, as they believe that Ophelia has lost her mind over Hamlet rejecting Ophelia's love.
Come, my coach! Good night, ladies, good night, sweet ladies, good night, good night.
After Ophelia's scene, the King commands Horatio to keep a close eye on Ophelia and he leaves to go find her.
Follow her close; giver her good watch, I pray you.
Horatio catches up to Ophelia walking down the castle hall and tries to talk to her about what's going on.
Sweet Ophelia, are you okay? Is something bothering you?
I'm okay. I just need to clear my head. I'm headed down to the river. I just need to be alone.
Ophelia walks away as Horatio sighs to himself knowing that Ophelia needs some help for herself.
Alright. Well, signal a guard or anyone if you need someone to be with you.
I will. Thank you, Horatio.
Ophelia goes to the river to try to calm herself down by going into the water and placing flowers around.
When all of a sudden, her dress gets caught on a rock and the currents of the river starts to pull her under.
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