Hamlet Act i Scene II
Updated: 2/25/2019
Hamlet Act i Scene II
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  • I am upset by the recent loss of my brother, but marrying Gertrude has made it much better.
  • Young Fortinbras has written me a letter demanding back the land King Hamlet won. Cornelius and Voltimand, please bring this letter to the King of Norway.
  • Okay, we will.
  • Hamlet, why are you still dressed in black?
  • I am wearing black because I am still mourning the death of my father.
  • All fathers die, Hamlet. You cannot let it affect you for too long.
  • Oh my gosh! I cannot believe this. Who did it?
  • I am your father's spirit, Hamlet. I have come here to tell you that I was murdered. While I was asleep, I had poison poured into my ears.
  • WHAT? How could Claudius do that to his own brother? I will definitely get revenge on him.
  • It was Claudius... I want you to get revenge on him, but do not do anything to your mother.
  • What did he want to tell you? 
  • I cannot say, but you must swear that you will not tell ANYONE what you have seen.
  • Okay, we swear that we will not say a word.
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