Hamlet: The Drowning of Ophelia

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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